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Brings an instinctive yet clear-eyed sympathy for these women's remarkable story, joined with an ability to be candid about the difficulties that arose within the group and with the greater Hasidic community.
'93Queen' joins the long and expanding list of bad documentaries covering a fantastic subject.
Without denying that these women face discrimination in reaching their goal, the movie shows how its subjects are able to find ways to combine strict observance and progress.
...offers a fascinating (and not always flattering) look into a community that generally keeps to itself, as well as a compelling portrait of Rachel Freier, who led the women's efforts...
93Queenoffers a window into a closed off community and a chance to be inspired by the work that these women are doing to make the world a better place for their neighbours, friends and the wider world.
What at first looks like a straightforward story about plucky Hasidic women battling to create an all-female emergency force in Brooklyn turns into something much more complex.
93Queen (the title is an emergency dispatchers' tag line) is a rip-roaring "only in America" success story.
93Queen is a feel-good movie about religious women who wouldn't take no for an answer, and their persistence is wonderful to celebrate.
An enormously entertaining portrait of Hasidic women who started their own all-female EMS team in Brooklyn. Eye-opening and stereotype-shattering.
A film about the triumphant baby-steps march towards progress in Brooklyn's Orthodox Jewish community
93Queen will offer a lot of fascinating insight into the Ultra-Orthodox Chasdic conclaves.
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