Made in Dagenham release date

2022-03-28 08:01
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  • Bethany 2022-03-28 09:01:14

    It's good-looking, but it's too fairy-tale-like, with too many reasonable men in it. I believe that the real struggle is far more difficult than the film shows, and encounters far greater obstacles. Men always think that they do not prostitute, do not gamble, do not cheat, and they are willing to give to their families and go home from get off work is a blessing that women should be content with and be grateful for, but as Rita said: all this is what it should be. Unfortunately, nearly half a century has passed, and equal pay for equal work between men and women is still a myth.

  • Carmine 2022-04-22 07:01:55

    it's about one thing, fairness!

Made in Dagenham quotes

  • Eddie O'Grady: Christ, I like a drink, but I ain't out on the beer every night or screwin' other women, or... 'Ere, I've never once raised me hand to you. Ever. Or the kids.

    Rita O'Grady: Christ.

    Eddie O'Grady: What? Why are you looking like that?

    Rita O'Grady: Right. You're a saint now, is that what you're tellin' me, Eddie? You're a bleedin' saint? 'Cause you give us an even break?

    Eddie O'Grady: What are you saying?

    Rita O'Grady: That is as it should be. Jesus, Eddie! What do you think this strike's all been about, eh? Oh yeah. Actually you're right. You don't go on the drink, do ya? You don't gamble, you join in with the kids, you don't knock us about. Oh, lucky me. For Christ's sake, Eddie, that's as it should be! You try and understand that. Rights, not privileges. It's that easy. It really bloody is.

  • Albert Passingham: This dispute's got nothing to do with what skill level you are. Ford decided to give you less money because they can. They're allowed to pay women a lower wage than men. All over the country women are getting less because they're women. You'll always come second. You'll always be fighting over the scraps from the top table, until you...

    Rita O'Grady: Until we get equal pay, yeah.

    Albert Passingham: Yeah.

    Rita O'Grady: What I don't get is why it's so important to you.

    Albert Passingham: I got brought up by my mum. Me and me brothers. She worked all her life. And she paid my aunt Lil to take care of us during the day. And it was hard, especially as she was getting less than half than what the blokes at the factory was getting, for doing the same work. And there was never any question that it could be any different. Not for her. Someone has got stop these exploiting bastards getting away with what they've been doing for years. And you can, you can, Rita, believe me.

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