Documentary following the work of microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles, who proved to be a vital voice for Aotearoa New Zealand during the... More
Documentary following the work of microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles, who proved to be a vital voice for Aotearoa New Zealand during the COVID-19 pandemic—as well as the target of online hatred.
"For much of the confined population, regular media appearances by scientist Siouxsie Wiles were a calming and enlightening presence amid the fear and confusion of Covid-19. While she was cooly urging the populace not to panic, Siouxsie herself was the target of hate and hysteria from certain groups who took issue with her work protecting the population’s health.
"'What is the world’s problem with women like me?' the microbiologist wonders in this candid fly-on-the wall documentary covering the pressure-filled two-year period from the first appearance of the virus. An influx of interviews establishes the unmistakable Siouxsie as a go-to expert, earning her the grateful admiration of a worried public along with the misogynistic online abuse from an unfortunate few." (New Zealand International Film Festival)
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