FLYING CONFESSIONS OF A FREE WOMAN (2007)

Film details

  • Featuring

    Jennifer Fox

  • Countries

    Denmark USA

  • Year

    2007

  • Type

    Television

Synopsis

Six-chapter essay/diary/documentary exploring womanhood across the planet by filmmaker Jennifer Fox.

Chapter One: NO FEAR OF FLYING: Living the Free Life... Jennifer Fox, single and struggling with 'commitment phobia', meets with friends to reflect on their life choices.

Chapter Two: TICK TOCK [aka TEST PILOTING]: The Biological Clock...The Single Woman Fox wonders if she missed out on part of the female experience as she considers the free single woman's biological clock.

Chapter Three: EXPERIENCING TURBULENCE: The Price of Sexual Freedom The wife of Fox's lover learns of their affair, while a trip to India reveals some surprising and hilarious sexual rules.

Chapter Four: CRASH AND BURN: The Things All Women Share... Fox's personal problems are contrasted with the situation of young Cambodian women who fall victim to sex traffickers.

Chapter Five: WALKING AWAY FROM THE WRECK: The Secret of Male Power... Fox is teaching in South Africa, visiting female activists in Pakistan and conferring with Somali refugees in England.

Chapter Six: BREAKING THE SOUND BARRIER: Female Life Backwards... Fox makes a major life decision as the 'new woman' confronts new options opened up by biotechnology.

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