The best films about women's rights

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'The Color Purple' -Steven Spielberg cast Whoopi Goldberg in her big screen debut. She stars as a woman who tries to find her identity after a lifetime of struggle.

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'Clueless' - This adaptation of Jane Austen's 'Emma' is an essential time capsule of mid-'90s culture. It follows Cher as she celebrates female friendship and sexuality.

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'Frida' - Frida Kahlo is a feminist icon, and Salma Hayek does a very respectable job playing the Mexican artist in Julie Taymor's biopic.

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'Legally Blonde' - A classic comedy, 'Legally Blonde' is actually based on the real-life experiences of Amanda Brown, who wrote the book of the same name.

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'The Diary of a Teenage Girl' - In this honest film, Bel Powley is a treat as Minnie, a 15-year-old who tries to discover her own sexuality.

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'RBG' - As a Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has made a huge impact on American law. This documentary details her decades' worth of work.

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'I Will Follow' - For her (feature film) directorial debut, Ava DuVernay told the story of Maye, a grieving woman who is helped forward by 12 guests.

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'Queen of Katwe' - An astonishing true story, Madina Nalwanga stars as Phiona Mutesi, a young girl introduced to chess who becomes a champion.

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'Made in Dagenham' - Sally Hawkins stars as Rita O'Grady, a woman who leads a strike for equal pay back at a Ford factory in Dagenham, London, England.

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'Mad Max: Fury Road' - 'Mad Max: Fury Road' was one of the biggest films of 2015, with intense action and some key feminist themes.

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'Mustang' - 'Mustang' centers around five orphan girls who are trapped by their guardians after having some harmless fun with boys. 

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'Iron Jawed Angels' - Katja von Garnier directs this historical drama, which centers around American women's suffrage during the 1910s. 

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