This a Covid-19 2020 minireview!
“Five years from now, I think I’ll be working for the Delhi Police. I’ll have lots of money and I’ll fulfill my parents’ dreams. Any my own dreams. Just like I see my life changing, I see a lot of changes out here as well. With the marketing it will eventually start selling in Delhi. When I’m in Delhi and I need pads, I’ll find Fly pads in every store.” – Sneha
Number of Times Seen – 1 (12 Dec 2020)
Brief Synopsis – Documentary about a group of women in India who are willing to do all they can in order to educate the local women about proper use of sanitary napkins
Bottom Line – Very intriguing and fascinating documentary that deals with something that seems so mainstream, but this film sheds light on the fact that in third world countries that is not always true. The film is able to show us how it is possible to change common misconceptions little by little. The interviews with both the entrepreneurs and the medical Professionals are profound and says so much about the efforts that they have taken upon themselves. Very understandable that this film win an Oscar for Best Documentary short. Recommended!
MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – Rayka Zehtabchi is the first Iranian-American woman to win an Academy Award. (From IMDB)
Rating – Globe Worthy (7/10)
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