This biopic of Wonder Woman creator and Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans) details how his beloved superhero was inspired by his polyamorous relationship with his wife (Rebecca Hall) and a younger student who became their lover (Bella Heathcote) -- an unconventional arrangement in 1940s America that, if exposed, could have ended his career. Written and directed by Angela Robinson.~Jack Rodgers
A Crucial Point of View: Directing Professor Marston and The Wonder Women
I knew the more common story of Wonder Woman but this movie shows a totally unexpected back-story of how Wonder Woman was created. I still find it hard to believe if this really happened, but this is just a movie. It's a great & unique entertaining story, but I'd only recommend it for adults & definitely not for children.
This movie tells the little-known true story of the creator of the Wonder Woman character, and the women in his life who he drew inapiration from, and collaborated with. The cast, in particular, is outstanding, but pretty much every aspect of production is solid.