Reviews for the Madonna penned film, “Filth and Wisdom” are in and they are as horrendous as her acting career. Variety found the film "ineptly written . . . poorly structured and cheese-ripe with chunky dialogue." Britain's Guardian called the script a "nightmare of crass and fatuous stereotypes." The Evening Standard said, "Madonna has far to go before she can breathe the same air as Godard, Pasolini, Fellini and Visconti, whom she insists she admires in a director's statement in which two of the four are misspelled."
Madonna wrote, directed and executive-produced the travesty which revolves around the lives of three London room-mates, one of whom, a ballerina, is forced to become a pole dancer. She obviously didn’t get any help from her hubby director Guy Ritchie on this flick.
Madonna has already proved that she can't act, what makes her think she can direct! She needs to focus on her music and her family and stop taking on these failing projects.