Format: TCM on DVR
Viewing: 3rd or 4th
Director: Nancy Savoca
I rented this one in high school, but I have no idea why. I'm pretty sure the first time I watched it, I watched it by myself. But I know I watched it the next day before I had to return it, with someone. Probably my brother or a friend. And maybe I watched it once in college, but the movie doesn't get discussed much and I'm not sure what sort of footprint it had or has.
TCM has been on a tear promoting women in film - behind the lens, mostly. I'm afraid I've done a very bad job of keeping up with their terrific efforts. Dogfight (1991) was shown as part of an evening's programming some time ago, and I hadn't had a chance to watch it, but finally did. I'm surprised how much of the movie I remembered (there are movies I'll watch, and look at the blog in the same year and have to piece together what it was as I have almost no memory of the film already), but also what an impact the movie had on me at the time as a young dude.