Paramount Plus' 1950s-set series 'Grease: Rise Of The Pink Ladies' is filled with progressive Gen-Z values. Their struggles derive from not only the misogyny they come up against, but the discrimination they face thanks to their cultural identities.
Three new movies recall the 1930s gangster movie era, but with a twist. They sketch the outlines of a dysfunctional social and economic reality by focusing on people who are caught in the gears of the system, in one way or another
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