Is there anything either positive or negative in the film’s representation of women not already accounted for here? (points will vary)
IS THE FILM’S DIRECTOR FEMALE? No (does not impact scoring)
IS THE FILM’S SCREENWRITER FEMALE? No (does not impact scoring)
BOTTOM LINE: It’s really not that difficult: Just put a woman at the center of a story (even better if it’s one that could have plausibly had a man at its center), and let her live it on her own terms.
NOTE: This is not a “review” of Two Days, One Night! It is simply an examination of how well or how poorly it represents women. (A movie that represents women well can still be a terrible film; a movie that represents women poorly can still be a great film.) Read my review of Two Days, One Night.