"Concerning Law and Liberty"Content: -1 Caution advised for older children, including teenagers, and sensitive adults.
What You Need To Know:THE DAY I BECAME A WOMAN is a light comedy from Iran with mild satirical and dramatic moments. The first-time director, Marzieh (“Marzsha”) Meshkini, shows how the strict Islamic culture in Iran affects three people – a little girl, a young married woman and an elderly grandmother – in three separate stories. It is set on an island off the coast. THE DAY I BECAME A WOMAN is a little too cryptic at times, but it does seem to have a humanist worldview and a feminist slant. It also seems to contain an anti-capitalist spin. Still, the last shots have a provocative, emotional impact that...Full review >>