Wonder Women
The Untold Story of American Superheroines

Wonder Women - The Untold Story of American Superheroines
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Kara

I show this film every semester to my students at Syracuse University and they love it! Its smart, fun and feminist!

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Jamie

Powerful film - great in the classroom for media studies or just for showing to your sons and daughters!

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Corey

I love this doc as it shows the importance of female heroes in pop culture like Wonder Woman, the Bionic Woman, and Buffy, and how they have inspired our real-life heroes like Gloria Steinem and the woman who was inspired by the Bionic Woman to work at NASA instead of being a hairdresser :)

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Anonymous

Loved it! SO POWERFUL!

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Inspiring

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