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Though it lasts only 63 minutes, this documentary's impact is devastating.
Leslee Udwin's documentary about the December 2012 crime is in many ways a hopeful portrait, focusing not just on the attack but on the ensuing protests and policy changes.
"India's Daughter" makes for grim, infuriating and sadly necessary viewing, its despair tinged with the faintest hope that the protestors' call for gender equality may yet be reignited.
"India's Daughter" is a portrait of a place and time. And for all of its horrors, the movie has a positive message, too: Out of tragedy - and this case is just one of many - can come galvanizing change.
[A] disturbing, vivid documentary ...
"India's Daughter" is the daughter, mother, sister, niece, and grandmother of India and of every country in the world where gender inequality that allows rape and violence toward women is the norm that is, everywhere.
A searing documentary about the chauvinism and patriarchy which under girds one rape of a woman every 20 minutes in India.
Revealing, painful look at women's, girls' rights in India.
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