"'Material Witness' can be poetic. At other times, it’s rowdy and playful, displaying an enormous sense of energy, strength and good will. Yet its subject is dead serious...The stories in 'Material Witness' are disturbing, as the audience may expect, and the impression given is that men’s violence against women feels exactly the same, whether it’s perpetrated in a Westchester County suburb or on a Blackfoot or Rappahannock reservation. Maybe that’s the point." Full Review
See it if You are of the Native American community, or concerned about violence against women or sexism.
Don't see it if You don't particularly care about these issues. It is artistic and well done, not designed as general entertainment, but for its community
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