Took a while for me to get into the swing of it, at first the style of dialogue and the very narrow framing of the narrative threw me off, but once I got the feel of the very theater-like approach I ended up enjoying myself. Plus they're both so cuuuuuuute.
A biopic about a man that is actually about two awesome women who, when their powers combine, are basically Actual Wonder Woman. But also really a historical glimpse at polyamory (and bisexuality) and a little BDSM. Great performances, great story, and GREAT 20s-30s professor looks for Rebecca Hall. I have no opinion on its historical accuracy or on early Wonder Woman comics (since I've never read it) but as a straight-up unconventional, feminist, period romance, it totally worked for me.