Some films are shot so beautifully that they conquer from the first frame. An intriguing plot, well-thought-out costumes, virtuosic acting and shivering aesthetics – these are the permanent attributes of high-quality cinema. And if all this is combined in one tape, then you just want to review it again and again.
1970’s, England. The era of searching for a new freedom and changing the ideals of beauty. Two women look at life from opposite points of view. An intelligent student of the faculty of history Sally Alexander (keira Knightley) strives to take its place under the sun in a Patriarchal society. And red-haired Jo Robinson (Jessie Buckley) chooses to fight the existing system. But Sally and Joe find common ground to disrupt the “Miss world 1970” pageant.