Breaking The News: Review

Breaking The News: Review

Breaking The News: Review. By Richard Schertzer.

How do you turn grown, intelligent and driven women into professional victims that want to believe the world is against them? You take all women who act like that and make a documentary about them.

The documentary sees a group of women and LGBTQ journalists creating their own non-profit news corporation to spread awareness to minorities and marginalized people, which shows character, grit and determination on their part. They made an organization for the betterment of other minorities which is admirable on their part, but things get taken too extreme fairly quickly.



Defaulting to “White Supremacy” or “Patriarchy” or “Toxic Masculinity” in your journalism work is a stock response that so many other people have talked about, addressed and tried to combat. There is racism, sexism and transphobia in the world, but harping on that and using it as a crutch only gives people like the women in the documentary more of an excuse as to why they feel they are being held back

Mind you, this documentary takes place in America; a first world country, where the only problems are toxic masculinity, racism and patriarchy. There are so many third world countries like India, countries in Africa and North Korea that would beg to have these women’s problems.

I remember reviewing this documentary “20 Days in Mariupol” where the people in the city were being attacked and bombed to holy hell after the Russian invasion. People lost body parts and loved ones. There were people that were holding onto dear life and then I watched “Breaking the News” and one of their problems is “I’m sad because I was misgendered”. Give me a break.

Moreover, this documentary does more harm than good as it seems to divide the American people than unite them because when you consistently highlight race, gender, sexual orientation and identity, it makes all of us in this country separate entities unto their own agenda rather than a unit of men, women and children that are trying to do the best that they can in the situation that they are in.


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