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"Venus & Serena" Documentary Opens, Giving Portrait Of Tennis Sisters
Published May 10, 2013
NPR's Ella Taylor wrote the film is "long on the details" of how Richard Williams "supported, protected, bullied and prodded his two girls into becoming champions." The doc is "most compelling as a portrait of domestic solidarity." Some will "come away thinking that the Williams family has grown so skilled at managing their public image that perhaps no filmmaker will ever get between the cracks" (NPR.com, 5/9). ABC NEWS' Linsey Davis wrote the film "offers a glimpse into the work ethic and the mindset their father instilled in them" (ABCNEWS.com, 5/9).