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Actors of "Ms. 45"
Characters of "Ms. 45"
Directors of "Ms. 45"Abel FerraraBirthdate: 19 July 1951, The Bronx, New York, USA
Creators of "Ms. 45"Nicholas St. John
Critic Reviews of "Ms. 45"New YorkerFebruary 03, 2014
With Grand Guignol relish, Ferrara depicts a city in the throes of a Wild West lawlessness that invites vigilante action.Boston GlobeJanuary 23, 2014
Had Herzog seen it, he might have recognized Ferrara as a fellow genius, and one as weird as himself.New York TimesDecember 10, 2013
[Ferrera] is clearly a talented fellow. One can only hope he finds something else to make movies about very soon.Village VoiceDecember 10, 2013
The sexual politics of Ms. 45 are blunt and easy to read, and the picture is riotously cathartic.VarietyJuly 06, 2010
By keeping the picture short and busy, Ferrara makes its far-fetched elements play.Time OutFebruary 09, 2006
It's a provocative, disreputable movie, well worth seeing.MetroFebruary 13, 2017
Ferrara's movies have a way of being morally serious despite their sometimes silly genre trappings, and Ms. 45 provides a feast for feminist studies.Seanax.comJune 26, 2016
Ms. 45 is not a feminist revenge film. It is, however, an intelligent and confident piece of exploitation filmmaking marinated in helplessness and anger ...Under the RadarSeptember 07, 2014
The film's not-so-secret weapon is its lead actress, the late Zoe Tamerlis Lund.Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)April 25, 2014
The Halloween finale is one of the indelible set pieces of the decade, offering the astonishing image of a beautiful gunwielding nun indiscriminately shooting men while moving in slow-motion against a wall decorated with stylized bats and spider webs.Reeling ReviewsJanuary 18, 2014
"Ms.45" may be over 30 years old but it has a timelessness to it that will appeal to the fans of exploitation movies even today.Film Freak CentralJanuary 17, 2014
I first saw Abel Ferrara's Ms. 45 the way I suspect most men my age saw it: furtively, in my bedroom, on VHS.
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