Review of Beautiful Sentence by Spectra: ‘Director Suzanne Cohen holds no punches’

In the run up to the festival our media partner Spectra will review some of the films that will screen during the London Feminist Film Festival. On the weekend she posted a review of Suzanne Cohen’s Beautiful Sentence, which will be screened on Saturday 1 December at 4pm at Hackney Picturehouse.

Spectra concludes that the film ‘does not cast its subjects into guilty or innocent’ but moves them ‘from the margins of faceless prison statistics’ and that director Suzanne Cohen ‘reveals her subjects as so much more: hopeful, anguished, flawed, good-humored, regretful, silly … a beautiful sentence, indeed’. You can read Spectra’s full review here.

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