As we get close to International Women’s Day (March 8), let’s take a moment to highlight some feel-good Latina-led films.
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Pamela Anderson is the Superheroine We Didn’t Know We Needed
With “Pamela, A Love Story,” Pamela Anderson shows a life of dissociation, violence, and resilience, finally regaining control.
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“A Sinister Sect: Colonia Dignidad” Is a Hard But Necessary Watch
Netflix’s A Sinister Sect: Colonia Dignidad is a Chilean and German documentary series with much to teach us. But warning, it includes details of sexual abuse of minors, coercion of women, domestic violence, and torture that are deeply disturbing.
If you need some motivation, check out our five lessons from the Jennifer Lopez (or should I say Jennifer Affleck?!) documentary ‘Halftime.’
Today, I watched ‘Banana Land: Blood, Bullets, & Poison,’ created in 2014. And I am outraged. Horrified. Going in, I knew Chiquita was bad but had no idea how violent companies like them really are.