The new biopic is a forgettable film that avoids the darker and more difficult parts of her life.
The most impressive part about the film emerges in its final act, when it turns inwards, and we see a softer and more reflective Bond.
His Bond is human: He loves, suffers, and, in contrast to earlier versions, is not invulnerable.
The timely film portrays divisions in Afghan society, as well as the government's false claims.
What makes the documentary particularly poignant is the stories shared by the women and girls following their rescue from al-Hol.
It’s not consistently hilarious at the start, or at any point, but its pleasant silliness – especially in political digs – keeps the story afloat.