In one of the more underrated movies in recent years, powerful performances and a strong, engaging plot make it hard to believe this one did not become a huge hit. John Cho, as the father of a missing girl, was robbed during awards season.
Without these four ladies, theater, television and cinema would practically cease to exist. Hear from them separately and all together as Dench, Smith, Plowright and Atkins share their memories of life and careers.
Any Hitchcock-based documentary is something I will see. Unlike some, this one is definitely worth it. Even though it is technically a film about the making of one short scene (in Psycho), it feels more like a case study on filmmaking in general.