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"I love going to the cinema and normally go at least twice a month. There are always lots of films I want to see but they are normally kids films like Toy Story 3 or romance films like Dear John. The last film I went to see was quite different to the usual films. Not only was it the first 15 film that I have seen in the cinema, it was more a dramatization than just being a story that is made up to make into a film (that is so bad) Unlike most films I see, where I have heard of a lot of the actors, I hadn't really heard of the actors in the film. Because it is a British film it has mainly British actors like Bob Hoskins and Sally Hawkins. The film tells the story of the 1968 strike at the Ford car plant in Dagenham when the female workers protested against the sexual discrimination that they faced. It follows them as they campaign to get equal pay and shows how it affected all of the people who were involved in it. The reason why I chose to see this film was that I wanted to see something different and I thought it would be good to get an idea of how it happened. Although people who see this film will know how it turned out I still think that if you are interested in it then you should go and see the film to get a better image of everything that happened at that time. Does anyone think that this would be a good review to put in my local paper for my work experience? I don't erally think it is very good but have no idea what else to say! (age 15)"

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