‘I’m Your Woman’ Film Review: Rachel Brosnahan Finds Herself on the Run in 70s-Set Thriller

‘I’m Your Woman’ Film Review: Rachel Brosnahan Finds Herself on the Run in 70s-Set Thriller
Rachel Brosnahan stars as a young wife and mother who has almost no idea where she’s going next in AFI Fest 2020 opener “I’m Your Woman,” and director Julia Hart excitingly puts the audience in a similarly unpredictable position. It’s a road trip, it’s a story of a woman in trouble, and it’s about fleeing the scene of the crime, but the film refuses to follow the established path audiences might be expecting.

Many contemporary filmmakers shoot for that gritty yet personal sweet spot of 1970s “New Hollywood” honesty and intensity, but few have captured it with the finesse of Hart, who shares screenwriting credit with her husband Jordan Horowitz. A talented filmmaker who’s not being talked about nearly enough — her last two credits were the incisive and humane “Miss Stevens” and the arthouse superhero saga “Fast Color,” both acclaimed yet underseen — Hart has created a
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