I’m Your Woman is a crime drama told from a new point of view. Set in the 1970s, the film follows Jean (Rachel Brosnahan), a woman forced to go on the run after her husband Eddie (Bill Heck) betrays his partners. A slow-moving mystery paired with an impeccable recreation of the time period pulls viewers into director Julia Hart’s invigorating take on a genre that typically favors tough men making tougher calls. Allowing viewers to see what happens to the criminal’s wife—you know, the one who normally gets sent away in the early scenes for her own safety—it also pushes characters that would usually be on the sidelines to the forefront. This includes Teri (Marsha Stephanie Blake) and Cal (Arinzé Kene), the compelling couple in charge of keeping Jean and her baby Harry (shout-out to Jameson and Justin Charles’s perfect performances) alive. A wild ride with a woman at the wheel, it takes viewers on a familiar yet fresh journey.