Disarming conversations with 70 different Irish women, sequenced from youngest to oldest, carve out a surprisingly cohesive and brilliantly nuanced account of womanhood in all its facets in this Sundance Film Festival favorite. Wardrop has an exceptional eye and ear for those elusive “in-between” or afterthought conversations that can reveal so much about our humanity while seeming so innocuous when offered up to the camera, and each vignette, no matter how benign, manages to stand as its own undeniably rewarding experience.