R | | Biography, Drama
The story of psychologist William Moulton Marston, and his polyamorous relationship with his wife and their mistress who would inspire his creation of the superheroine, Wonder Woman.
Marston was a psychologist related to the D.I.S.C. model of behavioral styles.
I thought I knew everything. I thought love wasn't enough. But it... It has to. It has to be enough because we cannot... We cannot live without you. I cannot live without you. Please, come back to us.
Olive Byrne: I want a new stove.
Elizabeth Marston: What?
Olive Byrne: The one you have is ...
William Moulton Marston was portrayed as a spy and in one brief scene reminisces about his military service and things he had seen. However, he received his commission as a 2nd LT on October 22, 1918 just 20 days before the end of World War I. He was stationed at Fort Oglethorpe GA, Camp Upton NY and Fort Lee VA before being discharged on May 19, 1919. Despite his portrayal in the movie, Marston never left the US and never saw the war first hand. Source: Harvard's Military Record in the Great War (1921).
Photos of real-life William Marston, his wife Elizabeth, and Olive Byrne are shown at the end of the movie.
$736,883 (USA) (15 October 2017)
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