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Film Review - American Woman


“American Woman” has all the signs of a Lifetime Movie, only without the glamour. It’s a story of a disappearance and the struggle of those fighting to understand what’s happened to their loved one, trying to carry on with some sense of normalcy while facing potential emotional devastation. While hysterics are encountered, screenwriter Brad Ingelsby (“Out of the Furnace”) is committed to character development, putting in the effort to make the feature about human beings instead of simple tragedy. Such commitment makes all the difference in the world to “American Woman,” which delivers a clear understanding of motivation, eschewing procedural activity to remain on the trials of life when hope has been depleted. Read the rest at


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