The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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[Tilda] Swinton's vocal performance as Bell is so vivid and absorbing.
Only the most loyal of Bell buffs need apply, everyone else would be better off sticking to her Wikipedia entry.
The result is something that feels fresh and modern.
In an age of a rebooted "Wonder Woman," Bell is the real thing, intrepid, fierce and smart.
It provides a sturdy, often exhilarating bridge between the present and a past that not only isn't distant, but isn't even really past.
A carefully researched documentary that uses an extraordinary wealth of appealing archival footage accompanied by Tilda Swinton's voiceover as Bell.
Letters from Baghdad is a fascinating historical document and an extraordinary story of the woman who made Iraq.
Vividly insightful, it's the timely, true story of an intrepid explorer, the strong-willed woman who influenced Middle Eastern history in the early 1900s.
Viewed in its entirety, perhaps the most striking element of Sabine Krayenbühl and Zeva Oelbaum's Letters from Baghdad is a mildly galling sense of history repeating itself.
An honest, thoughtful tribute to the woman who not only carved new boundaries on the map but also redrew the boundaries of what women were considered to be capable of.
"Letters from Baghdad" doesn't sentimentalize or glamorize Gertrude Bell. Rather, it's a window into an extraordinary woman's life and career, well worth watching.
Calling all uppity women! If you're looking for a role model on how to defy the rules and live the life you choose, look no further than Gertrude Bell.
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