Pedro Kos

director of “Rebel Hearts”

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The 1950s weren’t exactly banner years for women’s independence. Women were mostly expected to marry, have kids, and keep house.

Catholic nuns who ditched the Vatican are the subjects of new documentary ‘Rebel Hearts’

The 1950s weren’t exactly banner years for women’s independence. Women were mostly expected to marry, have kids, and keep house.

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