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I'm Your Woman แอม ยัวร์ วูแมน (2020) [บรรยายไทย]

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หมวดหมู่ : หนังดราม่า , หนังอาชญากรรม

เรื่องย่อ : I'm Your Woman แอม ยัวร์ วูแมน (2020) [บรรยายไทย]

ชื่อภาพยนตร์: I'm Your Woman แอม ยัวร์ วูแมน (2020)
ผู้กำกับภาพยนตร์: Julia Hart
ผู้เขียนบทภาพยนตร์: Jordan Horowitz,  Julia Hart
นักแสดง: Rachel Brosnahan,  Marsha Stephanie Blake,  Arinzé Kene
แนว/ประเภท:  ดราม่า, อาชญากรรม
ความยาว: 2 ชม.
วันเข้าฉาย: 11 ธันวาคม 2020

 

 

หนังดราม่าอาชญากรรมบรรยากาศยุค 70 หญิงสาวจำเป็นต้องหลบหนีหลังสามีหักหลังหุ้นส่วน ทำให้เธอกับลูกน้อยต้องเร่ร่อนเสี่ยงตาย

 

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IMDB : tt10243992

คะแนน : 6.2

รับชม : 523 ครั้ง

เล่น : 103 ครั้ง



 

 

I’m Your Woman is also about finding independence and female empowerment in the most extreme scenarios, as Jean (a stellar Rachel Brosnahan that perfectly calculates the transformation of her character into helpless and vulnerable to resourceful and deceptive and finally to a capable survivor in her own right) somewhat lives a cushy life hanging out in the backyard while her career thief husband Eddie (Bill Heck) steals whatever his gangster bosses want. On the side, he lifts vanity items for Jean like glamorous coats in addition to giving her a luxurious home (the 1970’s art decorum is always pleasant to look at, as is the production design in general), but he hasn’t given her the things she wants most yet, a child. Out of the blue that all changes as he comes home one day with an infant and no real explanation as to how we got in possession of the child, making up for it with enough reassurance that it’s for the greater good and that everything will be fine.

 

 

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A subsequent sudden turn of events sees a friend of Eddie’s showing up to the family home panicking and talking of the job gone wrong, emphasizing that she needs to take baby Harry and get as far away from their residence as possible with the assistance of a former associate of Eddie named Cal (Arinzé Kene). The drive off into the night and he sets her up with a new home strictly drilling into her head that she mustn’t reveal her identity to anyone. Clearly, Jean is in way over her head as she’s struggling to cook simple meals, let alone stay out of sight from criminals inexplicably hunting her down. In a moment of frustration, Jean starts repeatedly throwing eggs against the wall, a tricky scene to pull off, balancing the dark humor of it all with the empathy for her unfortunate situation. It doesn’t help that she, obviously, can’t breastfeed the child, something that Cal notices but doesn’t put together that it’s not actually her child as he just assumes she’s uncomfortable doing it around him.

Much to Jean’s surprise, Cal is fairly skillful at relaxing Harry. This comes to make more sense as his own wife, father, and child are introduced into the story, with each of them instilling in Jean a necessary tool to potentially come out of this living nightmare alive. One impressive character touch in I’m Your Woman is watching Jean go from lucking her way through lies to law enforcement to quickly picking up on not only how to lie better, but how to pick up on other people that might not be who they say they are. This is all the basis of an intense set piece in the middle that is everything from action-packed to shockingly grim, demonstrating that no one is safe in this narrative.

 

 

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The heart of the story is the burgeoning connection between Jean and Cal’s wife Teri (Marsha Stephanie Blake), with Jean pushing herself to enter dangerous environments and take control of her own destiny. Similar to Julia Hart’s recent underappreciated minor superhero effort Fast Color, I’m Your Woman slows itself down during the second act, this time exploring themes of family, parenthood, and betrayal. It goes without saying that Eddie has played an integral part in both of their lives, and watching them unpack that together is both meaningful although a somewhat frustrating departure from the stylistic suspension throughout.

There are answers to all of the natural questions that will come up about the story as it goes on, but it’s not the focus and done so cleverly without shifting perspectives. The script (co-written with Jordan Horowitz) never forgets that it’s a story about these two women, specifically Jean, reckoning with the mistakes of men. In the process, there is a vigorous evolution of character that Rachel Brosnahan charges with precision.

 

The heart of the story is the burgeoning connection between Jean and Cal’s wife Teri (Marsha Stephanie Blake), with Jean pushing herself to enter dangerous environments and take control of her own destiny. Similar to Julia Hart’s recent underappreciated minor superhero effort Fast Color, I’m Your Woman slows itself down during the second act, this time exploring themes of family, parenthood, and betrayal. It goes without saying that Eddie has played an integral part in both of their lives, and watching them unpack that together is both meaningful although a somewhat frustrating departure from the stylistic suspension throughout.

There are answers to all of the natural questions that will come up about the story as it goes on, but it’s not the focus and done so cleverly without shifting perspectives. The script (co-written with Jordan Horowitz) never forgets that it’s a story about these two women, specifically Jean, reckoning with the mistakes of men. In the process, there is a vigorous evolution of character that Rachel Brosnahan charges with precision.

I’m Your Woman will be available to all Amazon Prime members on December 11th.

Flickering Myth Rating – Film: ★ ★ ★ ★ / Movie: ★ ★ ★

Robert Kojder is a member of the Chicago Film Critics Association and the Critics Choice Association. He is also the Flickering Myth Reviews Editor. Check here for new reviews, follow my Twitter or Letterboxd, or email me at [email protected]

 

 

 

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