WIDOWS – Review by Diane Carson

Thematically and cinematically Widows is a fresh, creative take on the heist film, exactly what director Steve McQueen fans would expect. In 2013 he won three Oscars, including Best Motion Picture of the Year, for 12 Years a Slave, the first time in Academy Award history for such an honor to a black director/co-producer.

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WIDOWS – Review by Susan Granger

Oscar-winning director Steve McQueen and co-writer Gillian Flynn have come up with a compelling crime caper that has more twists and turns than a corkscrew! Living in a luxurious penthouse on Chicago’s Lake Shore Drive, elegant, educated, union organizer Victoria Rawlings never paid much attention to her felonious husband’s shady business – until one of his robberies goes awry and she’s left a widow, along with the wives of his crew.

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WIDOWS – Review by MaryAnn Johanson

“This is not your world,” someone — a man — says to Veronica Rawlings in the aftermath of the death of her husband, Harry. The man is talking about the Chicago criminal underworld in which Harry was a very successful mover — until he no longer was — but he might as well be talking about the whole big wide world.

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