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What do they want? Equal pay for an equal day! When do they want it? In 1968, actually, when skilled female machinists at Ford made history by going on strike in protest at being classed as unskilled workers a way for management to avoid paying them decent wages. This recreates their struggle with grit and humour - and a fantastic British cast. Feel-good cinema with a political edge, this is rousing stuff that also serves as a timely reminder of how a few individuals can make an enormous difference to society.
Centred on a female mine worker in Minnesota, this is a fictionalised account of the first successful sexual harassment case in America.
14+ years 121 mins
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