Everything You Need to Know

In the world of literature, the best-selling novels and series seem to all depict a fantastical landscape beyond the reader’s imagination. Take for example Lord of the rings or Harry Potter, two of the most famous titles in all of modern literature. Still, the most touching pieces often stem from a sense of the author’s personal experience, leading to a strong sense of both relatability and raw truth that’s hard to find in the franchises above. One of those novels was Miriam Toews‘Edition 2018 women speak.


After growing up in a Mennonite town in Manitoba, Canada, Toews left her when she was just 18, but the experiences that marked her formative years would stay with her for a long time, and the catalyst for her seventh, and arguably most poignant, year would be his novel. The book’s release was greeted with a wave of public and critical acclaim, with many commenting on how moving and insightful their reading was. The novel sheds light on a dark part of history that many were unaware of and is based on real events that took place in a Bolivian Mennonite community between 2005 and 2009. It often takes years for novels to be adapted into screenplays, but the theatrical release only four years later women speak is set to hit theaters and with its success already seen at festivals, the excitement of launch is palpable. With that in mind, here’s a comprehensive rundown of everything we know about women speak… until now.

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When is “Women Talking Out” coming and how can I watch it?

With the rise of direct-to-stream movies, it can often be a major bone of contention as to whether or not a movie will hit theaters. Unfortunately, it’s common for movies that are strong contenders for awards season to have a theatrical run. women speak is one of those films and will have a limited theatrical release in the US on December 2, 2022. The film will have a staggered release worldwide, with Canadian audiences starting December 16 and UK audiences starting February 10. 2023, and French audiences will have to wait until March 8, 2023. There’s no indication yet if the film will eventually hit streaming platforms, although the film is likely to be released on Prime Video early next year as the film’s distributor is owned by Amazon.

The trailer for women speak was released by Universal Pictures on October 10, 2022 and gives fans an excellent glimpse of just how strong both the acting and cinematography will be in the film. The atmosphere is dark and dramatic, with cameraman Luc Montpellier (stories from the loop) appropriately captures the thematic resonance of the narrative. Hildur GuðnadóttirThe haunting score of stands out in the trailer as another component of this cast and crew ensemble that instantly transports the audience into the tense and dramatic realm of the film, a task particularly important with period plays. Perhaps the strongest takeaway from the trailer is how strong the cast appears to be, with many glimpses of powerful acting scattered throughout the nearly 2-minute runtime. A depiction of all the festival successes can be seen in the trailer, which further cements its acclaim from both critics and audiences alike on its journey so far. With a trailer so powerful that seems to accurately capture the tone of Miriam Toews’ source material, fans will be rightfully excited for the release either later this year or early next year.

What are women talking about?

As already mentioned, the film is an adapted screenplay of the novel of the same name by Miriam Toews. The novel and by extension the film will cover some very touchy subjects revolving around issues such as religion and sexual abuse so caution should be exercised before watching the film as some of the subjects could be very provocative. The film will describe the plight of a group of women who came together as part of a Mennonite organization and found they were being drugged and abused by men in their community. As the narrative unfolds, the women will struggle to keep their faith in light of their revelations. The initial reaction from critics on the film festival circuit has been praising the direction and screenplay of Sarah Poley (Dawn of the Dead), who has spent more time in front of the screen than behind it in her career to date. In fact, the film was so well received that it took second place in the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. Sarah Polley is also one of the current favorites to win best director at next year’s Oscars, which would make her only the fourth woman to achieve the feat since the Oscar’s inception in 1929.

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A film that chronicles the journey of a group of powerful women requires a strong female cast to be assembled. The casting team for women speak did not disappoint, with much applause for the women directing the film. The movie stars Rooney Mara (Carol), who plays Ona, Claire Foy (The crown), who plays Salome, Jessie Buckley (I’m thinking of ending things), who plays Marie, Frances McDormand (Three billboards outside of Ebbing, Missouri), who plays Scarface Janz and Judith Ivey (flags of our fathers), who plays Agata. Of course, this is just a small sample of what makes an impressive cast, and one that will blow away any audience that sees the film when it finally hits our screens. Some of these actresses, similar to the suggestions for Polley’s potential award nominations, are themselves being nominated for award nominations following their impressive performances in this film, which in some ways describes how inevitable this film will be.

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