Educational Media Reviews Online | Reviewed by Jarvis Sparks, Librarian, Media & Student Outreach, Langara College
"The film is a unique insight into the dynamics of the group and intensity of living in the Furies collective as an experience for its members."
Women’s Review of Books | Shane Snowdon
LesFlicks | Maia R.
“Dripping with personality and a level of simmering frustration, Once A Fury offers a fascinating watch for those of us who have wondered if the world could ever be better than it is.”
Bay Area Reporter | Brian Bromberger
“These were intense, opinionated women, some of whom 50 years later regret their participation in the Furies. But most of them —after their involvement— proceeded to implement feminist change. They've all remained politically active now into their seventies. Even if you don't agree with their philosophy, their analysis laid the groundwork for our contemporary understanding of intersectionality. Once A Fury is provocative and exasperating, but never boring and you will have much to ponder after the last frame ends.”
Berkeleyside | John Seal
“[A] potent and by no means uncritical examination of The Furies, whose political differences and cultural blindspots still rankle decades after the fact. It’s a fascinating, lively, and very relevant film that young activists would benefit from seeing.”