The very best friend often asks me if I am sure we don't live in a sitcom. No, I am not sure. And No, it is not fun.
Written in the voice of her mother, Mariela Ticas exposes an ugliness that still runs through the United States.
I haven’t seen a film like this be played by a woman with so much intensity and heart since Sarah Connor in Terminator and The Bride in Kill Bill.
We are living in an era where a career can soar or end with one Tweet. We watch as our heroes are ousted as philanderers, racists, or abusers. Victims are painted as being at fault, and the perpetrators get away. Where is the justice?