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Film Review: “Potiche”

Somewhere between seeing the preview for “Potiche” advertised prior to “Blue Valentine” at the Angelika and the article I read about Catherine Deneuve on NYMag.com this week, I decided that “Potiche” was on my must-see list. Not sure why. Just had a hunch.

Following the hunch, I made the trip up to Chelsea to check out the film last night.
It’s a charming story about a woman who has allowed herself to become a “trophy housewife,” and how she reclaims her birthright – and then some – when her priggish, overbearing, condescending, philandering husband suffers a heart attack due to the stresses of a general strike. Continue reading

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Review: Who Do You Love? Polyamory, Politics and Affection in Caroline Lark’s EROS #theatre #christchurch #polyamory

Review: a Comedy of Eros at Christchurch, New Zealand’s FORGE theatre. Continue reading

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