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This has the effect of revealing a flaw in the concept’s structure – namely, that each of the subjects deserves an hour to themselves. As it is, the film is in danger of reducing these unique lives to an amorphous mass of period jazz style while struggling to highlight the substance. Still, there’s plenty of lovely footage of the ladies in action, even if the talking heads struggle to add much of real value.
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