I Am Woman

I Am Woman

COMING SOON TO CINEMAS12 November 2020
I Am Woman

Tilda Cobham-Hervey plays Australian musician and activist icon Helen Reddy. In 1966 Reddy landed in New York with her three-year-old daughter, a suitcase and $230. Within weeks she was broke. Within five years she was a superstar, the first ever Australian Grammy Award winner, and an icon of the 1970s feminist movement. 

Co-stars Danielle Macdonald as journalist Lillian Roxon. This is the directorial debut of Unjoo Moon.

2020Rating: TBC116 minsAustralia
DramaMusicTrue Story & Biography
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Flicks, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

flicks

I Am Woman unites Moon's solid direction with Cobham-Hervey's earnest performance to transcend its sometimes-corny dialogue to present a sincere, heartfelt love letter to one of the most iconic figures of second wave feminism.

3.0
IndieWire

IndieWire

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Unjoo Moon's energetic and empathetic look at the rise of the "I Am Woman" singer has cliches to spare, but it's also got a high-note performance from its lead.

Variety

Variety

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This pedestrian biopic doesn't really convey the distinctiveness of Reddy's appeal, let alone package it in a way likely to trigger a significant revival of interest in a major star largely forgotten now.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The movie's considerable appeal is more unassuming, derived from the respect and affection of director Unjoo Moon's treatment and especially from the relaxed charisma of Tilda Cobham-Hervey's empathetic lead performance.

Flicks

Flicks, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

flicks

I Am Woman unites Moon's solid direction with Cobham-Hervey's earnest performance to transcend its sometimes-corny dialogue to present a sincere, heartfelt love letter to one of the most iconic figures of second wave feminism.

3.0
IndieWire

IndieWire

press

Unjoo Moon's energetic and empathetic look at the rise of the "I Am Woman" singer has cliches to spare, but it's also got a high-note performance from its lead.

Variety

Variety

press

This pedestrian biopic doesn't really convey the distinctiveness of Reddy's appeal, let alone package it in a way likely to trigger a significant revival of interest in a major star largely forgotten now.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The movie's considerable appeal is more unassuming, derived from the respect and affection of director Unjoo Moon's treatment and especially from the relaxed charisma of Tilda Cobham-Hervey's empathetic lead performance.

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