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The likable cast carries The Divine Order, a crowd-pleasing film that delivers a rousing -- if surface level -- account of the Swiss women's suffrage movement.
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[A] good-humoured comedy-drama ...
Leuenberger brings a vulnerability and defiance to Nora that elevates the film past dogma or sentimentality.
A film that follows the template of an audience-pleasing, timid fable of female empowerment.
The message here is that everyone has it in them - all it takes is a friend or two fighting for the same thing.
The course of the film's story is somewhat predictable and played broadly. But where Volpe's work really shines is when it makes the bigger issue personal.
Short on complexity and depth, "The Divine Order" gives us a parade of heroines and villains. Instead of raising questions, it seems to want to induce in viewers a sense of smugness.
As eager as the film is to be a crowdpleaser with big moments of humor and political triumph, it is careful to earn every one of them as others in the community come around to Nora's way of thinking.
Too dramatic of a subject for this kind of comedy. [Full Review in Spanish]
Nothing jumps out aside its simplicity and fails to search the complexity in a story that is so clearly inclined that even its most extreme detractors would find it hard to find an attack. [Full Review in Spanish]
The revolution will be entertaining or it will not be. [Full Review in Spanish]
[Director] Petra Volpe develops well-defined, coherent characters... [Full review in Spanish]
The Divine Order stays relatively cheerful before tumbling into melodrama in its final third.
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