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Veil of Tears (2014)

PG-13 | | Documentary, Drama, News | 28 March 2014 (USA)
A gripping look into the difficulties facing of the women of India and what is being done to counteract generations of oppression against them.

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"Veil of Tears" is a documentary film that tells the untold story of millions of women in India who are culturally persecuted for no other reason than the fact that they are women. However, despite the centuries of oppression, there are those who are reaching out and trying to change the culture towards women, from the inside out. Filmed across of the stunning nation of India, in some of the most remote tribal villages in the world today, this is a journey where few outsiders have gone before. Written by Anonymous

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Excellent movie
31 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

This movie tells of the appalling plight of women in Asia. It was very eye opening and motivated me to take action. It is a documentary, but doesn't feel like it, as you hear many heart wrenching stories. However, the film does not stop there. It details what can be done and what is being done to give these people hope. Women have come so far in the past hundred years for equality, however, there are many places where they are not only treated inadequately, but are treated worse than animals. It is truly mind boggling to realize how much of this is still going on. It is a vivid reminder that there is still so much to be done to help the women and children in this world. The tale is masterfully told in vibrant detail. You can't help but have your heart ache for these lovely people. I think this is a movie that everyone should see. A great date movie if you want to get a glimpse into your partner's heart.


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