I'm Your Woman is a crime drama movie directed by Julia Hart. The story follows a woman named Jean (Rachel Brosnahan) who is forced to go on the run with her baby after her husband, Eddie, betrays his criminal partners. Jean must navigate through a dangerous and unfamiliar world while trying to protect her child and figure out who she can trust.
I'm Your Woman received positive reviews from critics for its strong performances, engaging storyline, and unique perspective on the crime genre. Rachel Brosnahan delivers a powerful performance as Jean, capturing the character's vulnerability and strength as she navigates through the dangerous world of crime.
The film also features a strong supporting cast, including Arinze Kene as Cal, a man who helps Jean on her journey, and Marsha Stephanie Blake as Teri, a woman with a mysterious connection to Eddie. The film's cinematography and score also add to the overall atmosphere and tension of the movie.
Overall, I'm Your Woman is a compelling crime drama that explores themes of motherhood, survival, and trust. It's a must-watch for fans of the genre and those who appreciate strong performances and storytelling.
I'm Your Woman was nominated for several awards, including the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for Rachel Brosnahan.
I'm Your Woman was well-received by critics and audiences, and it has a 6.3/10 rating on IMDb. The film gained popularity on streaming platforms, where it was released due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was praised for its strong performances and unique take on the crime genre.
|Directed by||Julia Hart|
|Produced by||Rachel Brosnahan Jordan Horowitz|
|Written by||Julia Hart Jordan Horowitz|
|Starring||Rachel Brosnahan, Arinzé Kene, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Bill Heck, Frankie Faison, Marceline Hugot, James McMenamin,|
|Music by||Aska Matsumiya|
|Edited by||Tracey Wadmore-Smith Shayar Bansali|
|Original Headquarters Big Indie Pictures Scrap Paper Pictures|
|Distributed by||Amazon Studios|
|Release date||October 15, 2020 (AFI) December 4, 2020 (United States)|
|Running time||120 minutes|