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Oct 27, 2017 Release Date:
96 min Runtime:
The Divine Order is a 2017 Swiss the theater film directed by Petra Biondina Volpe. Political and religious leaders in Switzerland cited the Divine Order as the excuse why women still did not have to right to vote as late as 1970. Director Petra Volpe explores this surprising records through the checking account of Nora, a seemingly unremarkable housewife from a quaint village who must learn to become an unflinching suffragette leader. After organizing the villages first meeting to make known women getting the right to vote, her family is mocked, bullied, and shunned. Despite the obstacles and backlash, Nora perseveres and convinces the village women to go in version to strike, abandoning their homes and families. A sound ensemble cast brings the appear in to its inspirational conclusion taking into account than Swiss women finally safe the right to vote in 1971. The Divine Order is a heartfelt and tempting film very very roughly regular people demanding their right to an equal voice.
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The Divine Order | Nye tider | A nőkért | L'ordine divino | Boski porzadek
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