8 Inspirational Movies Every Women Should Watch

8 Inspirational Movies Every Women Should Watch

 

1.Little Women (2019)

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Little Women tells the story of four sisters trying to make a living in post-Civil War America. Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy are four sisters with completely different characters. In the process of leaving childhood behind and transitioning to womanhood, siblings grapple with various troubles. Four young girls, whose fathers participated in the American Civil War, begin to struggle for life with their mothers. In this difficult process, the biggest gains are that they are next to each other. Brothers who face all kinds of difficulties together realize that love is the real happiness in this process.

2.Queen of Katwe (2016)

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Based on a true story, the film Queen of Katwe focuses on the change of a Ugandan girl's life after she meets chess. Life is a constant struggle for 10-year-old Phiona and his family in Katwe's slum in Kampala, Uganda. Phiona's world changes the day he meets Robert Katende on his missionary show. She coaches football and teaches children to play chess. Curious Phiona learns the game and starts playing.

3.Dangal 2016

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Dangal tells the story of the Indian Mahavir Singh Phogat. Mahavir Singh Phogat is a wrestling fan. He decides to teach wrestling to his two little daughters. The two girls, Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat grow up with wrestling training starting from their childhood. When they grew up, both girls became ambitious names in wrestling. Geeta Phogat won a gold medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, becoming the first female wrestler to win an award in this category, her sister Babita also received the silver medal. Young women wrestlers will also have to struggle with the pressure of social shaping along the way to success.

4.Moana (2016)

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Moana is the brave daughter of the chief of a tribe living in Ancient Polynesia. Strong and fearless, Moana grew up in nature and is a cheerful girl. However, a terrible curse by the demigod Maui reaches his island. Maui angered the goddess Te White by stealing her heart, and now the fishermen were unable to catch fish, the crops faded before they could grow. However, Moana is determined not to succumb to this situation. Starting from the South Pacific, the young girl's goal is to find the demigod to end the curse and have her return what she stole.

5.Suffragette (2015)

Suffragette – More than a Feminist Movie - Social Science Spaceuses on the struggle of women, who started one of the first feminist movements in history, against the increasingly brutal government. Gathering in secret meetings, the members of this group are working-class women and follow peaceful methods in the early stages of the movement. However, their struggle for equality, both for their working conditions and their personal lives, has to move to a more radical dimension over time. The movie deals with the story of Maud, who is a member of this crew.

6.Brave (2012)

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Merida is the daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor, who are highly skilled in archery but also crazy firecrackers. Believing that his fate is in his own hands, Merinda opposes a tradition that has been in the country for centuries. Lord MacGuffin, Lord Macintosh, and Lord Dingwall dislike this talented red-haired girl, and Merida's decisions disrupt order within the kingdom. When he applies to the Wise Woman, he learns that an ominous wish awaits him. Merinda becomes aware of the ensuing dangerous forces and also confronts true courage while trying to eliminate the terrible curse without further delay.

7.Whale Rider(2002)

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The Whangara tribe has an interesting belief. Located on the East Coast of New Zealand, the Whangara tribe strongly believes that their lineage came to that land thousands of years ago on the back of a whale. The name of these ancestors is Paikea. According to this belief, the custom operating in the traditions of the tribe is as follows: Those who are chosen as chiefs of the tribe must be the firstborn boys of the family and the 11-year-old girl named Pai, who lives in this tribe, has the eye of the chiefdom. Pai's wise Grandfather, the Koro, is the authority to appoint the future head of the tribe. Little girl Pai, who wants to be a leader, is determined to do whatever it takes for this cause. Even if he would go against his grandfather, whom he loved more than anything in the world ...

8.A-League of Their Own (1992)

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During the Second World War, while all men were busy fighting, many jobs were left open and women occupied these places. Since the owners of the baseball team do not want the industry to remain completely inactive, they decide to form a women's team. Leading associations are sent from all over the world to find actresses. One of them leaves Oregon and finds Dottie Hinson, who has an incredible talent. He goes to him and invites him to the team, but the woman is not very interested in it. But Dottie's sister, Kit, says she is a candidate for this offer because she wants to get rid of Oregon. Acceptable.

 

 

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