AFTERSHOCK – Review by Martha K Baker

The searing documentary, Aftershock,” addresses the maternal health crisis suffered by Black women in the United States. The title refers to the horrors that follow a tsunami. St. Louisan Davis Guggenheim, who also directed An Inconvenient Truth, executive produced Aftershock. In the angry, righteous hands of the directors, Tonya Lewis Lee and Paula Eiselt, Aftershock is compelling.

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FREEHELD, HE NAMED ME MALALA, THE MARTIAN and Other Oct 2 Openers – Reviews by Jennifer Merin

In Freeheld, Julianne Moore and Ellen Page are brilliantly courageous and poignant as domestic partners crusading for spousal benefits. He

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