As a director, Angela Robinson has found freedom in fantasy. Portraying the power in femininity in her film D.E.B.S. was important and the theme hasn't changed. In Professor Marston and The Wonder Women, Robinson takes on the true life story of psychologist and artist William Marston whose alternative life choices influenced his creation of the Wonder Woman comic. Robinson explains her fascination in this subject matter and her continuing love of telling stories through female empowerment.
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