Excerpt: at once a sexy, comedic romp revealing far more lived passion and duplicity in the 19th century adjoining households of Amherst…than previously imagined and a fresh look at Emily’s work and her struggles to get them published
Excerpt: Writer/director Madeleine Olnek is here to correct the record regarding Emily Dickinson through film. Emily was a vibrant person, full of passions and hopes – it was 19th century society and hypocritical, posthumous editors who decided to spin the narrative.
Excerpt: The nights aren’t terribly wild, but the cast has a good time with this take on the Belle of Amherst as LGBTQ icon. The movie has some genuinely funny moments, but a lot of stylistic uncertainty as well.
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