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The Red Pill (film)

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Film data
Original title The Red Pill
a feminist's journey into the Men's Rights Movement
Country USA
Language English
Release date October 7, 2016
Running time 117 Min.
Budget 211.260 USD
Crew
Written by Cassie Jaye
Produced by Evan Davies
Cassie Jaye
Nena Jaye
Anna Laclergue
Music by Douglas Edward
Distribution
Distributed by Gravitas Ventures[wp] (DVD)
URL theredpillmovie.com
Information icon.png London, Ontario (Canada)
Premiere on 1st March 2017

The Red Pill is a 2016 documentary film by Cassie Jaye exploring the men's rights movement.

Synopsis

When a feminist filmmaker sets out to document the mysterious and polarizing world of the Men's Rights Movement, she begins to question her own beliefs. The Red Pill chronicles Cassie Jaye's journey exploring an alternate perspective on gender equality, power and privilege.[1]

Content

The Red Pill chronicles Jaye's journey beginning as a skeptical feminist investigating what she believes to be a hate movement[wp]. She goes on to discover that the movement is different from what she expected and begins to question her own views on gender, power, and privilege. The film discusses numerous issues facing men and boys such as male suicide rates[wp], workplace fatalities[wp] and high-risk jobs, false allegations of rape, military conscription[wp], lack of services for male victims of domestic violence[wp] and rape[wp], higher rates of violent victimization, issues concerning divorce and child custody, disparity in criminal sentencing, disproportionate funding and research on men's health issues, educational inequality[wp], and men's lack of reproductive rights[wp].[2][3][4][5] It includes numerous interviews with men's rights activists and those supportive of the movement, most notably Paul Elam,[3] founder of A Voice for Men; Harry Crouch,[3] president of the National Coalition for Men; Warren Farrell,[3] author of The Myth of Male Power[wp]; and Erin Pizzey,[3] who started the first domestic violence shelter in the modern world. It also includes interviews with feminists critical of the movement, such as Ms. magazine executive editor Katherine Spillar[wp],[6] and sociologist Michael Kimmel.[4] It also contains excerpts from Jaye's video diary.[7]

Reviews

References

  1. theredpillmovie.com: Synopsis
  2. Arndt, Bettina (October 29, 2016). "Cassie Jaye's Red Pill too truthful for feminists to tolerate". The Australian.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Pejkovic, Matthew (November 20, 2016). "The Red Pill Film Review". Matt's Movie Reviews
  4. 4.0 4.1 Liberatore, Paul (November 8, 2016). "Bay Area filmmaker's new film, 'The Red Pill,' is a bitter one for feminists to swallow". MercuryNews
  5. "Mayfair Theatre cancels showing of men's rights documentary The Red Pill". CBS News. December 2, 2016
  6. DeFore, John (November 2, 2016). "'The Red Pill' Review". The Hollywood Reporter
  7. Wikipedia: The Red Pill, Revision as of 22 December 2016

See also

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