6 thoughts on “Wondering About Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017)

  1. we loved this film, mildly titillating, and nicely acted. As you said, not ruined by male gaze-y bullshit, we liked it enough to buy a copy…and lent it to my dad, who LOVED it lol

  2. My wife and I also loved the film and bought a copy of it! It is a good addition to our queer movies library.. I think I liked it so much because it didn’t give me a feeling of toxic masculinity but of a relationship built on mutual respect. Also: Great actors and lovely costumes!

  3. I’ve read Jill Lepore’s book The Secret History of Wonder Woman. In the book, Elizabeth comes around to accepting the relationship between her husband and Olive because it means that she can continue to work since Olive takes on the more traditional wifely roles, raising all their kids.

  4. I have been a Wonder Woman fan since the 40’s, and was aware of the behind-the-scenes story from somewhere in the 70’s. I find it interesting that Lynda Carter and Gal Gadot have bonded over their shared role – not in the same way as the wives, but nonetheless.

  5. I’m watching the movie now. I really adore the movie recommendations I see on here. Thank you!

  6. I was very intrigued by the premise of this movie, but ultimately it left me feeling lukewarm. I’ve enjoyed all of the actors in other projects–they are all very talented and very photogenic–but their chemistry left something to be desired. The costumes, as you say, are very good. I enjoyed the look of the movie very much.

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