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The Red Pill

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In an attempt to cover the movement of men rights, that seems to silly, according to men's advantages and benefits in any things than women in the world, Cassie Jays, a feminist filmmaker, does her best and makes interviews, in order to focus on the struggles men face throughout their life, such as the violence, the increasing rate of suicide toll.
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CRITICS OF "The Red Pill"
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Matt's Movie Reviews
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November 20, 2016

Combines a personal journey narrative with a thorough exploration of the contentious Men's Rights movement, to make for an insightful and at times frustrating viewing experience.
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Screen-Space
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December 06, 2016

Cassie Jaye's men, and by association the filmmaker herself, are not serving a greater good or inspiring discourse, but instead fuelling a social divide and dishonouring their respective genders.
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Los Angeles Times
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July 11, 2017

The Red Pill (the title is a reference to The Matrix) only exacerbates [the] divide with its uncritical, lopsided presentation and inability to craft a compelling argument regarding a topic this controversial.
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Village Voice
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October 04, 2016

There's no doubt that men do sometimes do suffer mistreatment from the courts or from the women in their lives. What the film and the movement fail to demonstrate is any kind of systemic cause.
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The Daily Review/Crikey
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June 23, 2017

A wretched, morally bankrupt documentary.
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Hollywood Reporter
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July 11, 2017

It demonstrates enough sincerity and openness to challenging ideas - letting representatives of this problematic movement make their case clearly and convincingly - that one wishes it were able to look at multiple sides of this debate at the same time.
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