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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

USA, English, 107 mins

  • Director: Angela Robinson
  • Writer: Angela Robinson
  • Producer: Michael Bowes; Kai Cole

CGiii Comment

Angela Robinson brings together a top notch cast for this mind-blowing backstory of Wonder Woman creator Dr William Moulton Marston and the two women who almost certainly inspired her. In 1941, psychologist Marston (Luke Evans) pseudo-nymously published Wonder Woman as ‘propaganda for a new type of woman who should rule the world’. Marston’s secret, kept from his neighbours in their quiet suburban enclave, is that he lived in a long-term polyamorous relationship with two women. One was Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote), niece of famous suffragette Margaret Sanger. And then there was his wife, fellow psychologist and lawyer Elizabeth (Rebecca Hall).

Robinson’s film seductively imagines the years leading up to the emergence of the comic superheroine: the trio’s love story, their link to early feminism and their interest in sadomasochistic play. It’s a rivetingly good yarn, one that underlines just how much Wonder Woman was intended as feminist and queer disrupter of mainstream values. You’ll never see the golden lasso in quite the same way again!

Tricia Tuttle


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Cast & Characters

Luke Evans as Dr. William Moulton Marston;
Rebecca Hall as Elizabeth Marston;
Connie Britton;
Bella Heathcote as Olive Byrne;
JJ Feild as Charles Guyette;
Maggie Castle as Dorothy Roubicek;
Allie Marshall as Senior Sorority Sister;
Shawn Contois as Comic Book Artist;
Pamela Figueiredo as Radcliffe Student;
Acei Martin as Radcliffe Student / Sorority Sister;
Christopher Paul Richards as Donn Marston;
Allie Gallerani as Sara;
Olivia Filleti as Radcliffe Student;
Chris Conroy as Brant;
London Hall as Nurse

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