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Seeing Allred (2018)

TV-14 | | Documentary | 9 February 2018 (USA)
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Women's rights attorney Gloria Allred takes on the biggest names in American culture as coverage of sexual assault allegations in the media become more prevalent.
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Gloria Allred ... Herself
Lisa Bloom Lisa Bloom ... Herself
Bill Cosby ... Himself (archive footage)
Roy Moore Roy Moore ... Himself (archive footage)
Gloria Steinem ... Herself
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Women's rights attorney Gloria Allred takes on the biggest names in American culture as coverage of sexual assault allegations in the media become more prevalent.

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The Powerful Have Secrets. The Powerless Have a Weapon.

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9 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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Gloria Allred See more »

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Fantastic, Pure and Awe-Inspiring.
9 February 2018 | by katienicholasSee all my reviews

Absolutely fantastic documentary. Showing the truth, not the media bias, behind this woman's remarkable story. If this does not resonate or appeal to you in some way, I can't help but question your agenda, or even heart and mind. Someone who fights for truth, humanity and justice in the way Gloria Allred does, all while being continually misrepresented and misinterpreted, deserves your utmost attention and this film brings you a golden opportunity to really 'see' Allred for who really she is and exactly what she stands for.

The idea that she is a woman who does what she does to only pursue fame and money is complete propaganda and nonsense - anyone who falls for such fallacy is surely small-minded and fearful of what she stands for. She is an activist. And a brilliant one at that.


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