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Speed Sisters honors its incredible subjects with an absorbing stranger-than-fiction look at a real-life story that's equal parts thought-provoking and purely entertaining.
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The movie's rough-and-tumble look works in its favor, and the occasional doldrums allow for reflection on the obstacles, military and otherwise, the women face daily.
Although Speed Sisters is not comprehensive, it's vital.
It's not exactly hard-hitting stuff, and isn't meant to be, but it spins an entertaining yarn.
Proof that life goes on, even under occupation.
This half-throttle documentary might better be called The Fast and the Uneventful.
Spirited docu follows Middle Eastern female racing team.
Speed Sisters is as much about sexism in a Palestinian institution that arguably hasn't existed long enough to develop institutionalized sexism as it is about life under the occupation.
The film's appeal is universal.
Director Amber Fares finds a frankly astounding subject for her first feature-length doc, using the story of a few brave sportswomen to shine a bright headlamp on lives lived under occupation.
"...an exuberant, action-packed film about the first all-female auto racing team in the Arab world."
There's some nail-biting internecine tension as a climactic race result goes down to the wire, but the overall tone is celebratory and affirmative.
[A] fascinating profile ...
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