This is an enlightening movie
This documentary was enlightening to the fact that there are issues with our society on a fundamental basis. Contrary to popular belief, it didn’t only accommodate men’s problems, it also highlighted women’s problems, albeit they weren’t as prominant, as this wasn’t the point of the documentary. The point was to give a voice and an explanation to men’s problems in a society that is not as accommodating to them as the general public tend to believe. It doesn’t ‘bash’ women’s rights, or belittle anyone, it simply brings light to how men have been belittled on a ‘deep’ level (and almost unnoticeable level to those unaffected) in a way that society and people have been trained to believe that a men’s hardships are not as tragic as a woman’s hardships, and that men are deemed to be more expendable than women. It is hard on facts and does provide and reinforce its points with statistics. Definitely worth a watch, as it is incredibly enlightening. It not only gave me a better understanding of what adult males are going through on a day to day basis, but, believe it or not, even gave me a better understanding of feminism. I have come to an understanding and a newly found respect for both sides of the spectrum, rather than blindly hating feminists, and having no opinion on the man’s side. That is if you can find a way to ignore the radicals. Please remember that this is strictly my opinion and must in no way be taken as fact. But whether you are a feminist, a MRA, or undecided, or even uninterested, this documentary is worth a watch. Would recommend to even watch with your child, teenager, or spouse. It might even bring you closer together with a new perspective.