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This movie is based in the late sixties during a time when women were treated unequally in the work place. They were degraded and given less pay than the men, simply because they are women.
The leader of the movement Rita O’Grady, played by Sally Hawkins, a worker in a Ford factory in Dagenham, organises the rallies. Based on a true story, these women made history in their success in getting equality in the workplace – even meeting Barbara Castle (Miranda Richardson)! … Continue reading
Tagged 2010, 2013, awesome, connie, film, film review, filmfreak, freak, lisa, made in dagenham, miranda richardson, movie, music, nz, review, rita, sally hawkins, song
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It’s intelligent-funny… Not happy-clappy, seen it before, recycled Hollywood shizz. With Dylan Moran playing the protagonist and the supporting act being Michael Caine, this concoction of pure awesome is sure to be a pleaser.
Surprisingly, this film is not well-known. But it is a film everybody would enjoy with it’s ironic plot line and an under-lying love story which I am happy to say, doesn’t take centre-stage regularly… Continue reading
Tagged 2003, Abigail Iversen, Aisling O'Sullivan, Alvaro Lucchesi, awesome, barreller, Ben Miller, comedy, conor mcpherson, dylan moran, film review, freak, jock, Lena Headey, michael caine, Michael Gambon, Michael McElhatton, miranda richardson, movie, nz, review, Simon Delaney, the actors