Great portrait of a strong woman who was known more sometimes for her silence or minimal words as she stood her ground in regards to those things she thought were without compromise. Whether you agree or disagree there is something to be said about her work ethic and inner, quiet, passionate drive.
An eyeopener to how far the women's movement has come in the last 50 - 60 years. And we have to thank RGB and her colleagues for a lot of the progress. A very interesting documentary.
Ruth Bader Ginsberg is brilliant. I didn’t realize how much she had legally done to pave the way for equality. Definitely a must see.
I didn't learn a lot about Ruth's life growing up. This documentary was a great introduction to her personal life, personality, and background.
Few women has made such a impact on all of our lives. Include me in wanting both men and women to be treated equally. Is that the way it is now? No.......but is getting better because of women like RBG. She has always been soft spoken. RBG did not have to yell or protest. She changed the laws with pioneering cases in front of the Supreme Court. Thanks to her my wife, daughter and a world of women will have equality guaranteed under the law. Thank you RBG!! Great DVD with insight into an inspiring woman!
Can't believe people would actually sit through this crap.
Great story of a driven , unstoppable woman who made major changes in the discrimination against people in the 70s and eighties.. Too bad she is just constantly Liberal now and can't see both sides of an argument...a Liberal guaranteed vote on every decision now..
great doc on a woman who has done such great work for human rights
If you've read Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik, you've seen this movie.
Fabulous. If you're interested in RBG.
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