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Diverse feminist films

Suffragette was criticized for not representing the many women of color who contributed to the campaign for women's suffrage. Here are some films that do just that

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
1/4

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

This movie takes place in a kind of alternative Tehran, known as “Bad City.” We follow the attraction between Arash, a hipster dealing with his dad’s debts, and the lonely dark-lipped unnamed woman of the title.

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The Sapphires
2/4

The Sapphires

Based, incredibly, on a true story, this is a big-hearted, barnstorming put-ona-show crowd-pleaser. It also has surprisingly trenchant things to say about Australian identity and the bitter legacy of institutionalized racism.

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Persepolis
3/4

Persepolis

The original French version of this adaptation of Marjane Satrapi’s sensitive and sharp autobiographical graphic novel is a delightful, curious film that indulges in both the personal and the political and provides a potted history of modern Iran through one woman’s experience.

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Take Care of My Cat
Take Care Of My Cat, 2001
4/4

Take Care of My Cat

A delicate story about the struggles and hardships that five 20-year-old girls face. When it was first released, it was selected as The Best Movie of the Year by Women In Film Korea as it represented women as independent individuals.

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