Sarah Polley wants film 'Women Talking' to start a conversation about women reclaiming their agency
Editor’s note: This story contains descriptions of sexual assault and harassment.
Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with actor and author Sarah Polley, who wrote and directed the new film “Women Talking.”
Based on the acclaimed novel by Miriam Toews, the film follows a gathering of women in an isolated religious community who meet to decide what action to take following the discovery that they’ve been regularly sexually assaulted by men of the community.
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