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Poster Girl

World War II is upon us and one young woman must find out what it really means to work in the war factories and become a true Rosie the Riveter as the face of the iconic ‘We Can Do It!’ campaign of 1943.

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    October 3, 2015, 1:29 pm
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    poster girl more like threes company

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    TonyaH says
    October 8, 2014, 6:12 am
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    I enjoyed the story behind the iconic poster. The characters were believable and had good chemistry. I loved that the writer added a minority woman in the factory which led to a friendship with the main character, Rosie. The fact that she looked pass segregation and saw the commonality of them as women working in a male dominating workforce, only added to Rosie’s power.
    The only criticism I have is at the end when Rosie gathered all of her “girls” at the coffee shop to enlighten them on an idea of hers, its never revealed. I thought we would see the women starting their own business to continue working or giving birth to an activist organization that still exists today. Instead, it ended on a climax of the female characters marching down the street in unison. Strong, but I was left curious of Rosie’s idea. Good job though!

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    September 14, 2014, 4:42 pm
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    A strong feminism movie. I think it maybe good for women that still need to be empower or feel like they want to know where some of modern feminism comes from. I will say I don’t see very many men watching this, but it was still good. Also you should take out the lines that can’t be visible on screen such as the third paragraph on page one since it can’t be portrayed on screen it wastes space as well as time in the picture. Also maybe try to trim it down some since people aren’t interested in reading an almost 120 page script or movie now a days so it feels like its dragging.

    Good luck with this and your future writings.

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