Mrs. America

Mrs. America

  • Director: Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck, Amma Asante, Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, Janicza Bravo
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: April 15, 2020
  • Sound mix: Stereo
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9 HD
  • Also known as: Місіс Америка
  • Mrs. America is starring Catherine Elise Blanchett , Elizabeth Banks , James Paul Marsden , Sarah Paulson , Uzo Aduba , Rose Byrne , John Slattery , Margo Martindale , Tracey Uma , Anna R. Boden , Ryan Fleck and more TV series, which premiered on FX Networks, LLC on April 15, 2020 . 
    Set against the backdrop of the second wave of feminism in the 1970s, the play   unfolds from the perspectives of many iconic figures in the American affirmative movement, telling the story of America's advancement of the Equal Rights Amendment   and exploring how it led to a moral majority The rise of the faction changed the political landscape of America forever   .


    • Release date April 15, 2020
    • Filming locations Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    • Production companies Shiny Penny Productions, Gowanus Projections, Federal Engineering

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    • By Gloria 2022-12-31 11:21:28

      Can't write short reviews

      1) It's not about equality, it's about power. Power doesn't give in to anything. If you don't demand true equality and talk about cooperation and compromise with powerful men, you can only continue to pick up people's wisdom, make concessions and exchange.

      2) The Schlafly experience made me more sad than angry. A smart, well-educated woman who knows how to use all her resources to play politics, but she is deliberately opposed to the only bill that will really help her. In the end,...

    • By Maggie 2022-12-28 14:37:40

      "Mrs. America": an anti-feminist icon that is more feminist than feminism

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      The "Mrs. America" ​​project was launched in 2015, during the 2016 US election campaign. The producers and screenwriters envisioned that, at a point in history when the first female president was elected, it would be a wonderful historical echo to introduce a...

    • By Hadley 2022-12-27 09:48:36

      Why can women only accept half-life glitz and cannot occupy a place in the destiny of mankind?

      "Why do women only accept half-life glitz and cannot occupy a place in the destiny of mankind?"

      This is one of my favorite lines from Mrs. America.

      Mrs. America is a biographical drama about the movement against the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in the United States in the 1970s. The movement was led by a "housewife" in the American North. She almost single-handedly overthrew the ERA that the feminist pioneers thought was a sure thing, and...

    • By Alvina 2022-12-26 07:51:43

      Women's Rights or Women's Power

      Recently I watched an American drama "Mrs. America", the Chinese name is "Mrs. America". The show is based on the true events of the Affirmative Action Act. This drama mainly unfolds from the perspective of many iconic figures of the affirmative action in the United States, telling the story of the United States advancing the "Amendment to the Equal Rights Constitution".

      When I watched the first episode of this drama, I thought it should be a fight for women's rights with...

    • By Ariane 2022-12-25 21:26:37

      A word from Phyllis

      Very provocative and out of context:

      I'm not against women being successful, I'm not against women working outside the home, that's their choice, I'm against a small elite group that demeans housewives. Feminists like to say that they are committed to choice, but if you dare to choose stay-at-home mom, then you must have something wrong, if you don't feel enslaved, then you are either stupid or ignorant, the women's liberation movement is basically a kind of Very negative attitude...

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    • By Thurman 2022-04-24 07:01:27

      This is not a one-step anti-feminist drama, it is a feminist drama in itself. Any woman who is attached to a man or has fantasies about a man cannot be truly free, and the same is true for us...

    • By Wellington 2022-04-24 07:01:27

      As a housewife, the heroine wants to come back and has the right to choose a way to fight against the feminist movement. I think it is funny that she was ruthlessly slapped in the face from her husband when she was debating that women depend on marriage, thinking that she had succeeded in mixing in. In a male-dominated society, there is endless sexual harassment. very...

    • By Colten 2022-04-24 07:01:27

      Feminist historical drama, don't skip every difficult step that others have...

    • By Gregory 2022-04-24 07:01:27

      [FX ON HULU] A design that makes the event drama of the era to the extreme: reflection and retrospection, using the "root" method to look back on the differences that were buried in the morning and face the ongoing contradictions; Decisive and decisive, the conflicts and coexistence between personal careers and demands faced by the two sides when they are running each other form a flesh-and-blood group portrait; the excellent reverse perspective avoids becoming a stable "courseware teaching"....

    • By Issac 2022-04-24 07:01:27

      I hope that the domestic movement will take a good look at what the real movement looks like. No matter what movement it is, to gain respect and achieve results only by cursing will not work. It also requires skilled political skills and rational situation analysis. The same is true for works. A good doctrinal work is definitely not a one-sided preaching, but an objective and comprehensive expression as much as...

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    Mrs. America strikes an extreme balance. At a time when feminism is in the spotlight and social progress is inevitable, the show is full of parallels that cannot be ignored in the current political moment. The play is brisk but not stubborn, and the ideological consensus and differences are exceptionally coordinated between the second wave of feminism and the emerging moral majority movement that was brought into the political...
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