They have fought for the right to vote

Cinema 27 June, 2017

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Three price Cinйma switzerland (best scйnario, best interprйtation fйminine, best second rфle), three prizes at Tribeca Film Festival: “The divine order” has racked up rйcompenses and cased in Switzerland alйmanique since its release in the cinema.

“The divine order”
Petra Volpe. With Marie Leuenberger, Max Simonischek, Rachel Braunschweig.
Output Wednesday, June 7, 2017.

Premiures images, Woodstock. Change of dйcor. Camйra braquйe on a small swiss village, а the йcart of everything. We are in 1971. Nora (Marie Leuenberger) is a housewife, a little bored and would like to work а part-time, but her husband does not allow him. Its sњur Theresa (Rachel Braunschweig) does not agree with his йpoux on the йducation of their teenager, but it is he who has the last word. These situations will rйveiller in them something insoupзonnй and make them want to fight for suffrage fйminin. Nora, Theresa, and their friend Vroni (Sibylle Brunner) will try to rally the people of the village а their cause. But it is not so easy to move the mentalitйs…

With this little gem, Petra Volpe offers a moment of fraocheur the viewer, in mйlangeant skillfully the humor and the drama. The rйcit is taking and damn well put in scune. Finally, а note that the йmancipation, it is not that the right to vote: this is also the time for Nora to dйcouvrir her clit and the way that mune а orgasm…