A fiction built as an energetic politicized documentary about a reality in corrosion, like Pennebaker and Maysles direct cinema, but that sometimes gets lost in a naive counterproductive excess or by a lack of a selective representability. However, it's valid as an experience and knowledge of a cinema that was possible, that completely profiled a counterculture that Antonioni so well portrayed in "Zabriskie Point".
4.5 - ein schonungsloser Blick auf das neoliberale Patriarchat, eine starke Geschichte vom Wiederstand gegen sie, manchmal im überschwänglichen Pathos, öfter in wunderbarer Klarheit. Interessanter Narrativ, der Charakterentwicklung zugunsten der Betonung kollektiver Prozesse zurücksteckt.
An important historical document that works best to illuminate the discourse of radical feminism in its period, and a good example of revolutionary text creating the language of new order. It's a shame then only that the language is not a wholly engaging technique. Sci-fi largely in the Atwood sense (speculative), an attack on so many liberations which leave things unchanged. More important than enjoyable.