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  • Universal Child

    Universal Child
    Abortions on screen are a dangerous affair. According to research from Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health, 15.6 percent of women who get an abortion in American movies or television shows die afterward, with 60 percent of those deaths resulting from the procedure and the rest from murder, suicide, or something entirely unrelated. Apparently even considering abortion can be fatal: 14 percent of stories with a woman considering abortion end with the woman dying, regardless of whether or not she gets one.
  • FORT TILDEN

    FORT TILDEN
    You never appreciate how smartly written Lena Dunham’s Girls is until you watch a mediocre variation on the same theme. Fort Tilden, the debut picture from writer-directors Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers (with co-writer Brian Lannin), is also...

    Directed by Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers

    You never appreciate how smartly written Lena Dunham's Girls is until you watch a mediocre variation on the same theme. Fort Tilden, the debut picture from writer-directors Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers (with co-writer Brian Lannin), is also an...

    Q&A: Lena Dunham, the Writer, Director, and Star of Tiny Furniture

    Lena Dunham's Tiny Furniture is a minor miracle: a portrait of twenty-something post-collegiate life that engagingly balances the funny, the sad, the awkward and the tender. It's the sort of movie that's been a staple of independent American cinema for...

    Let's Consider the Comedies: A Belated Response to the Emmy Nominations

    The Emmy nominations are in! Yeah, we know this happened a while ago, but we needed some time to think them over. OK? Looking through the list, the drama categories aren't particularly interesting. Cable shows dominate as expected, and honestly, as they...