'Let It Be Law' ('Que Sea Ley'): Film Review | Cannes 2019

'Let It Be Law' ('Que Sea Ley'): Film Review | Cannes 2019
Filmed on the eve of an important vote in the Argentine parliament on a law designed to legalize abortion, Let It Be Law (Que Sea Ley) shows the impressive “green wave” of pro-choice supporters fighting for women’s right to abortion. Almost all of them are young women wearing big smiles of confidence, some protesting in Handmaid’s Tale bonnets, others with colorfully painted faces. Director Juan Solanas, best known for his Jim Sturgess-Kirsten Dunst venture into sci-fi, Upside Down, emphasizes the crowds of demonstrators as a cheerful counterweight to the many tragic cases of women who died ...
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