What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael
DOC NYC • 1h 38m
The New Yorker film critic Pauline Kael battled to make her mark – fueled by brilliance, unshakable self-confidence, a complicated past, and a deep love of the arts. With over 40 new interviews and never-before seen archival material, WHAT SHE SAID is an unvarnished portrait of a pioneer who was both admired and resented for what she said about art in an era of great moviemaking.
DIRECTED BY ROB GARVER
UNITED STATES | 2018 | ENGLISH LANGUAGE
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