Ed Rampell: The Oklahoma-born Wilma Mankiller cut her political teeth at the famous Alcatraz Occupation that began in 1969 and Jane Fonda participated in.
Robin Menken: The story is as small as the crabbed shack in which the central characters live for three decades.
Eric A. Gordon: When documentary filmmaker Sara Lamm learned as an adult that she was conceived via sperm donor, she became obsessed with finding this man, her “scientific” father.
Bill Meyer: Luscious hypnotic slow-moving pans of phenomenal architectural wonders, underscored by one of the most hip funk electronic music tracks, utilizing banging metal and arcing welding sounds, makes this film itself one of the most creative accomplishments about the very act of creativity.
Robert Koehler: Despite the horror and violence and hatred, this moment, too, is part of our world — and reaches beyond itself, reaches into the heart of every occupant of Planet Earth. I don’t know what it changes, but I know it opens a door.