Everyone should watch this film. It is interesting to see the blatant, unabashedly unashamedly sexism of yore, which contrasts quite strongly with the insidious, disguised (and therefore harder to combat) sexism of today.
So much empowerment! I felt so proud for all these women being represented in this film. Just wish I saw it sooner. Definitely worth-seeing for all the women making history; still, the director makes you feel the emotion and difficulties of the process.
It's a very interesting and important story but I think they could have done a better job with the film. It drags a bit and doesn't really go into any real depth with the characters. I felt like I should care because of the issue, but not because of the characters.