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April 26   -   ArtsJournal: music

Stars Of 'The Handmaid's Tale' Decline To Describe The Story As Feminist, And The Audience Is Not Happy

Typical of the responses at a panel following the Tribeca Film Festival screening of the opening episode was this from Elisabeth Moss: "For me, it's not a feminist story. It's a human story because women's rights are human rights. ... So for me, you know, I never approach anything with any sort of, like, political agenda. I approach it from a very human place, I hope." As reporter Laura Bradley puts it, "[these] answers were much less in tune with the audience than the episode itself had been."

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