17 jul 2018 The New-Yorker praises Amandine Gay’s Speak Up

Critic Richard Brody reviews Amandine Gay’s first documentary on the situation of black women in France and states:

“[Speak Up] is as radically frank in style as in substance, […] a film of experience and of reflection. […] It is both a vital film in itself and a virtual kit for the inspiration of other filmmakers; it’s an opening of voices and of paths.”

Click here to read the whole review on the New Yorker’s website.

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