Anita Hill, who bravely testified about the sexual provocations and harassment toward her by current Supreme Court judge Clarence Thomas, decided the time was right to let her story be documented. Her struggle is an essential piece of modern cultural and political history that remains painfully relevant. The compelling film by Oscar-winning director Freida Lee Mock (Wrestling with Angels: Playwright Tony Kushner and Maya Lin: A Strong Vision) makes it clear that sexual harassment in the workplace remains far reaching and insidious. And it also manages to avoid the elephant in the room—that Clarence Thomas is unqualified to be in his position as a Supreme Court Justice. As recently as February 21, 2014, writer Jeffrey Toobin observed in the New Yorker that “Thomas is happy to lay waste to decades, even centuries, of constitutional law. Read More ....