by Lynn Sloan
It’s 1974, and America is restless, with the Vietnam War winding to a close, and feminists marching in the streets. Polly Wainwright respects the protesters’ demands for equal pay, but now nearing middle age, won’t risk her security. Her job, picture editor at a prestigious publisher, is too good to lose. Polly is comfortable with her life. Still, she’d once dreamed of making documentary films.