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[Fantasia] ‘Morgana’ capsule review: A quest for self-fulfillment

Morgana is an expedition into the world of feminist pornography.

There has always been a societal pressure on individuals to figure out life by a certain age and to live life by a certain standard. Women in particular have been given a set of rules and specific goals to strive for. Morgana is an Australian documentary about a stellar woman who makes her own rules and shows it’s never too late to figure out your place in this world. 

Morgana is an expedition into the world of feminist pornography.

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Isabel Peppard and Josie Hess write and direct the story of Morgana Muse, a world-renowned actor and director in the world of feminist pornography. Morgana once only desired to be the best wife, but found herself depressed and in a loveless marriage. It was in her late forties that she discovered the world of pornography, but most importantly, found she could create art and embrace the sexuality she had long suppressed. 

Interspersed with symbolic art, Morgana is a stylish documentary that takes an unfiltered look at womanhood and the naked search for identity. Morgana is playing at the Fantasia Film Festival.

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