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American Woman was directed by Jake Scott (Welcome to the Riley’s), son of the great Ridley Scott, and his new film is a career-best. For a man whose career has been spent knee-deep in directing nearly 50 music videos, along with his two previous features, the overall tone and setting of his latest are as far from established career trek as one can get. His vision, while not necessarily a backwoods tale, uses the tragedy of a missing child as a mere backdrop in enhancing the story of Deb’s pilgrimage; of not only becoming a better mother to her grandson, but a better daughter, sister, and overall person than what she was before the open-ended tragedy occurred.
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