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A Woman Who Jumped Over the Fence

Before the screening of On Her Shoulders I was expecting a generic, typically sundancian, lovely-filmed (beautiful films about ugly problems – and problems which will not be cleared in this way and the picture will not be pleasant) story about another individual success (in this case Nobel Peace Prize for Nadia Murad).

This is not a typical Smarzowski

A good film criticizing the operations of any large public institution not only draws attention to the problem, but also seeks its source. What connects most of the socially-involved productions allegedly “attacking” the Catholic Church is showing corruption that has become the daily bread for this institution, something as natural as breathing.