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Is Women Talking streaming? How to watch the new Rooney Mara movie

Here's how to watch Women Talking, the drama movie starring Rooney Mara and Jessie Buckley that just got nominated for a couple of Oscars

How to watch Women Talking: Jessie Buckley as Mariche Loewen in Women Talking

Is Women Talking streaming? Here’s how to watch the latest flick starring the likes of Rooney Mara, Jessie Buckley, and Claire Foy. The film also just picked up an award as part of the 2023 Oscar winners list, so you’re going to want to see this one if you’re an awards season completionist.

The new movie is written and directed by Sarah Polley, and tells the story of a group of women in an isolated religious community who begin to question their faith. When the Oscars 2023 nominations were announced, Women Talking was picked in the Best Adapted Screenplay category and was also a Best Picture nomination – it actually won for the former on the big night.

If you hadn’t heard of this drama movie before, you will have now, and we’re sure you’re all eager to see it. Well, here’s how to watch Women Talking.

How to watch Women Talking

The only way to watch Women Talking is to head to your local cinema and catch a screening of the movie.

The movie based on a book was released in the US on January 20, 2023, and a month later on February 10 in the UK. Women Talking was a limited release in both territories, but we may see that change now the picture has received Oscar recognition.

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Can you stream Women Talking?

As of March 2023, you cannot stream Women Talking as the film is only available in theatres.

It is unclear at this moment in time which streaming service the movie will end up on, but as soon as we know we will update this guide.

If you’re into the Academy Awards, check out our list of the best Oscar moments. Alternatively, find out how to watch Everything Everywhere All at Once, or find out if All Quiet on the Western Front is streaming, for more big Oscar winners.