Finally it seems women are credited for being angry about injustice, rather than vilified for it.
Cases dramatized in a new and better light: Marcia Clark’s role as lead prosecutor in 1995 O.J. Simpson case and Anita Hill testifying about sexual harassment by Supreme Court Justice nominee Clarence Thomas.
“Anita Hill, a law professor once discredited for testifying against then-Supreme Court Justice nominee Clarence Thomas, has made a comeback as a fearless example of truth and conviction in HBO’s “Confirmation” starring Kerry Washington.”
When Marcia Clark was interviewed by Larry King about “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” she said, “They got the big issue so right that it’s painful to watch.”
“Narrow definitions are also being challenged by the wonderfully flawed and messy characters in critically acclaimed series such as HBO’s recently canceled “Getting On” and Netflix comedy “Orange Is the New Black.” “
About damn time.
And watch what happened to Anita Hill in “Confirmation” and see the OJ Simpson case through new eyes.