New in cinemas: 3 films to recommend this week

New in cinemas: 3 films to recommend this week

Portrait of the image of women today in our society, the long road to equality between women and men in Switzerland, as well as the St James’s Long Road, which can also mean a journey in itself. Three Swiss documentaries kick off this week, Feminist, Important, Entertaining and Impactful.

In her first feature film, Swiss Thaïs Odermatt traced her own and social perception of the female fighter.

Based on her childish ideas of becoming a hero or a warrior someday, the director creates herself Thays Odermatt I’m looking for Amazon today during a study visit to Berlin. Find what you’re looking for in a mixed martial arts fighter, DJ and ex-gangster. Her film, which directly connects the director’s experiences with those of its protagonists, is humorous and entertaining and documents itself in the tradition of feminist filmmaking that questions the image and place of women in society.

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A documentary about the rough road in Switzerland for women’s suffrage and equality between women and men.

Stefan Jules In his film, he traces Switzerland’s long journey towards equality between women and men. It draws on a wealth of source material – news tapes, TV reports, documentaries – and leaves out the presentations of well-known women’s rights activists such as Marth JustelliAnd the Ruth DreyfussAnd the Tamara funiciello explains. His movie is funny, interesting and exciting. An entertaining lesson on the history of Switzerland (women) that also reveals a lot about the functioning of direct democracy.

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Documentary film: Six strangers embark on the world’s most famous pilgrimage.

Six people from Australia and New Zealand set out to hike the 800 km on the Camino de Santiago to give their lives new pulses and answers after fate and traumatic experiences. The director’s camera accompanies them Fergus Grady And the Noel SmithCapture some touching moments.

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