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Tanya Wexler

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    Women's Films Opening - May 25

    Films About Women Now Playing

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    Hysteria - Directed by Tanya Wexler, co-written by Jonah Lisa Dyer

    Here is a repost of the review of the review I wrote after I saw the film at the Toronto Film Festival.  The film opens in the US today.

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    Hysteria—movie review

    Understandably, this R-rated comedy is being promoted as the story of how the vibrator came to be invented. That’s not untrue, but what makes 'Hysteria' so entertaining is the larger picture it paints of repressed Victorian society. That it does so in the form of a farcical comedy makes it all the m...

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    Hugh Dancy and Maggie Gyllenhaal In Witty, Slyly Feminist "Hysteria"

    Hysteria, one of the highlights of the Tribeca Film Festival, is now opening in theaters. If you misssed my Tribeca review of this sharp witty film, here it is:

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    Interview with Tanya Wexler - Director of Hysteria

    Interview with Tanya Wexler - Director of Hysteria

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    Hugh Dancy and Maggie Gyllenhaal In the Witty "Hysteria"

    Hysteria, one of the highlights of the Tribeca Film Festival, is now opening in theaters. If you misssed my Tribeca review of this sharp witty film, here it is:

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    Toronto Review: Hysteria

    One of the most vivid memories I have of my college learning experience is a class I took on Women in American History. I remember reading Charlotte Perkins Gilman's The Yellow Wallpaper and Kate Chopin's The Awakening and if I didn't have feminist inclinations before I read those books, I sure did...

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