Chevalier’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is the movie the so called movement for women's rights (a.k.a feminism) should be praising, instead of a braindead Hollywood reboot like Ghostbusters. These women are dealing with real struggles, a real system that puts them down in every way. They are not fighting against "manspreading" or other stupid bs. The cast is great, and the movie has very fluid pacing. The script is not without some flaws, considering what we see most of the running time, the ending comes out as sugary and highly idealistic. It doesn't make the same mistake Iraivi made, where every single male character was portrayed as a dumb animal. There are good men in this story. but It does leave them a bit behind in terms of development, Again, not without flaws, but still a very engaging story.