Top 7 Films That Touch On Gender Issues

Gone Girl, 2014

Gone Girl, 2014

USA

In case you missed this David Fincher movie hit based on the novel by Gillian Flynn, catch up. Everything was ready for the main characters, Nick and Amy’s, five-year anniversary celebration of their married life when, unexpectedly, the spouse disappeared. Going to the police doesn’t particularly help; instead, the situation gets even worse. For some reason, the evidence starts to point to Nick himself. But let’s not show our cards.

Out of the Car, 2015

Out of the Car, 2015

Great Britain

Since, the Fmoviesio film’s plot is intriguing and fascinating, as it is fascinating to watch the interaction between man and machine with intelligence. So Caleb, a young programmer, has won first prize in a competition sponsored by a major computer corporation. And now a meeting with the genius of electronics and, at the same time, the head of the company in which the lucky man works awaits him. What for? For him to test a female robot that has artificial intelligence for a week. The result is a kind of mind game. And who will come out the winner—that’s the mystery.

Firefighters Chicago, 2012

Firefighters Chicago, 2012

USA

The action of this series, as you can already guess from the title, takes place in Chicago. However, Each episode shows how dangerous and unpredictable life is for firefighters and rescuers, the vast majority of whom are men. However, one of the main characters, paramedic Gabriella Dawson, proves that even a woman with a great willingness to learn and stamina can become a firefighter saving other people’s lives.

Yentl, 1983

Yentl, 1983

UK, USA

Set in Eastern Europe at the beginning of the twentieth century. So she is an intelligent Jewish girl (Barbra Streisand) who wants to escape her destined feminine lot, marriage, children, and household duties by going to university and devoting herself to science. Because which at the beginning of the century was considered the prerogative of men in Eastern Europe. However, the film tells the bride to run away from her village and attend a privileged masculine educational institution.

Angels With Iron Teeth, 2004

Angels With Iron Teeth, 2004

USA

A movie about a woman’s revolutionary struggle for the passage of the first amendment to the US Constitution. So It is a true story about activist Alice Paul portrayed onscreen by Hilary Swank. For the right to vote for every woman in the United States the girls leading the movement not only risked losing their freedom but also put their lives at great risk.

Northern Country, 2005

Northern Country, 2005

USA

1980-е. After her marriage falls apart, protagonist Josie Ames returns to her hometown in Northern Minnesota in search of work. She needs to feed her two children and provide for them. She is forced to take a job at a mine where almost all the local men, including her father, work. Finding herself one of the few women working in the mine, Josie not only has to work hard but also faces negative attitudes from the men. “North Country” is a film based on true events, touching on the story of the first sexual harassment case.

Mona Lisa Smile, 2003

Mona Lisa Smile, 2003

USA

The picture with Julia Roberts we have repeatedly recalled in our film selections. This time too, as the whole plot revolves around women’s rights, the right to make the choice you want yourself, not the choice society imposes on you. However, New college teacher Katherine Watson is trying to use her art classes to help her schoolgirls to keep up with the times. So, It’s to get the message that women should be independent and have higher education. The art schoolgirls, however, have a hard time getting used to the idea, since all they have ever dreamt of was getting married. What comes next is unimportant.

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