It’s a shame that Lessin and Pildes don’t tell us what these amazing women went on to do after the Collective ended. But they all remain, half a century later, passionate and eloquent and thoughtful and fierce.
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Screen Daily by Fionnuala Halligan
No fiction could hope to match the strangeness and sadness of the truth here.
In sticking to the facts, it remains plenty rousing.
Lessin, Pildes, and their many subjects eschew cheap emotion in favor of something much more intimate and, ultimately, more honest.
The Hollywood Reporter by Sheri Linden
Speaking with a number of the women who broke the law in the name of justice, and others who were involved in their underground network, The Janes directors Tia Lessin and Emma Pildes have made an urgent and thoroughly engaging group portrait.