"The Salacious Origins of Wonder Woman"
PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN tells the true story of the man, who, with the help of his wife and their mistress, invented the lie detecting machine and created the beloved comic book character Wonder Woman in the 1940s.
As the movie opens, Professor Marston is a professor of psychology in Boston working alongside his brilliant wife, Elizabeth. When a young, pretty student begins to work with them, Elizabeth feels threatened in her relationship with her husband. After receiving a very threatening speech from Elizabeth, Olive decides not to work with the professor and his wife. It takes a little convincing, but Olive returns and the three of them continue their work. The professor is creating a lie detecting machine, where Elizabeth figures out that the missing piece to make it work is to monitor the heart rate. With this information, and increasing sexual tension between the Professor, Elizabeth and Olive, they all quickly learn through the use of the lie detector what their true feelings are toward each other.
Once they all know the truth, a relationship begins to form between the three of them, as they have all confessed their love to each other. Unfortunately for them, their attempted discretion is unsuccessful, and the entire school soon learns of the nature of their relationship. Olive’s fiancé breaks up with her because of it, and both William and Elizabeth are fired from their jobs at the university. They decide to end the entire thing because of the negative effects, until they learn that Olive is now pregnant. The professor loves the character and dominant/submissive differences in each of the women. In fact, he refers to the combination of the two of them as the “perfect woman.”
After stumbling into an underground, illegal sex store, the three begin to become familiar with and practitioners of bondage and sadomasochism. Through this unorthodox relationship, the practice of these sexual acts, and a few erotic comic strips, the idea of “Suprema the Wonder Woman” is born.
PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN provides a kinky take on the beloved female superhero Wonder Woman, as the viewer learns about the origins and inspirations behind her. Based on the life of comic book writer William Marston, the movie is a show and tell all story, with rather startling information about the origins of the beloved female superhero. Though the movie is well made, the story is shocking. It’s based on a polygamous relationship between the William, his wife Elisabeth and their mutual mistress, Olive. The movie’s worldview is completely skewed for anyone with a moral compass, and it’s almost painful to know the real history about the female superhero, Wonder Woman.
PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN has an extremely high amount of questionable content, including multiple instances where the character commit adultery and engage in sadomasochism and homosexual behavior. The filmmakers view the characters as victims of social bullying and Christian repression. Media-wise moviegoers would consider PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN to be thoroughly abhorrent.
PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN is based on the true story and events of the polygamous relationship between the creator of the comic book superhero Wonder Woman, Professor William Marston, his wife Elisabeth and their mutual mistress Olive. Through many difficulties in their unorthodox relationship, the three pursue their feelings and desires and build a life together. Marston finds inspiration from the characteristics of both women, and they become avid users of sadomasochism. Their bizarre relationship leads to the creation of the Professor’s iconic female superhero, Wonder Woman.
PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN takes an unexpected, extremely sexual turn in the history behind Wonder Woman and its original creator. Dominated by a Romantic, feminist, homosexual worldview, the movie’s story revolves around the polygamous relationship of the three people. Though they care for the four children that result from their unconventional, immoral lifestyle, the characters are mostly guided by their lust for one another. The filmmakers view the characters as victims of social bullying and Christian repression. Media-wise moviegoers would consider PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN to be thoroughly abhorrent.