Is “Hidden Figures” too rosy a picture? Published on March 14, 2017November 17, 2018 in Movies/Reviews by Ana Beatriz Ribeiro Hidden Figures could have used a bit more gray besides its nearly rosy portrayal of brilliant black women's lives amid the Civil Rights Movement and a male-dominated field. Photo: public domain As characters in this acclaimed movie, the white people are mostly background, who barely react in the midst of the revolution these women bring into their segregated bubble. Keep Reading You might be interested in Poggenburg far-right demo in Leipzig a major flop "There is one detail Poggenburg seems to have either forgotten or wilfully ignored: Leipzig is a red and green island A Kenyan’s search for Afro-German connections "I like to see this journey as a form of reverse voluntourism. Instead of waiting for the white saviour, I Dogman: “a very mixed set of thoughts” "Dogman is a depressingly beautiful film full of thought-provoking, dreadful imagery, following a tragic but most of all ambivalent protagonist."