18. “I’m Your Woman” – Director Julia Hart’s atmospheric noir lives and breathes in the 1970s, as Rachel Brosnahan helps navigate this cinematic time machine to a seedy Pittsburgh crime world. Jean (Brosnahan) finds herself on the run, crossing into the unknown without grasping the reasons. Since she’s managing a baby in tow, Jean is more vulnerable than Bambi on the first day of hunting season. Her limited options are a microcosm of women’s rationed opportunities during that period, but co-stars Marsha Stephanie Blake and Arinze Kene play hopeful allies. Jean’s journey towards possible independence – as well as far-out costumes and vibes – make “I’m Your Woman” a groovy and grimy 2-hour getaway.
⭐⭐⭐ 1/2 out of ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Image and Trailer credits: Amazon Prime Video