Stream of the Day: ‘Losing Ground’ Was Not Only Ahead of Its Own Time, but Ours as Well
Published on Apr 09, 2020
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Barely released in 1982 and all but unseen for over three decades, Kathleen Collins’ “Losing Ground” was a rare instance where the matter of a middle-aged black woman intellectual’s interior life is generously examined — and illustrated in rich symbolistic terms. It brings to life the dreams and disappointments of talented, educated black women who in the shadow of patriarchy. It’s a challenging and unpredictable movie that deserves the enthusiastic reception that met its rediscovery five years ago.
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Author: Tambay Obenson