Seeing Allred

2018TV-1496 min

Explore the public and private sides of feminist firebrand attorney Gloria Allred, who's battled some of the biggest names in politics and business.


Director:Roberta Grossman, Sophie Sartain

Cast:Gloria Allred

Production Country:United States

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Added to Netflix:February 9, 2018

From the Daily Dot

Civil rights attorney Gloria Allred has been called a "feminist crusader," "media hound," and "lightning rod for controversy," but a new documentary invites the world to consider another descriptor for that list: icon. Directors Sophie Sartain and Roberta Grossman do an amazing job of contextualizing the lawyer's controversial four-decade body of work within our current political moment. She got her start advocating for women and victims of gender-based crime in the '70s, and through interviews with her law partners, industry contemporaries, and Allred herself, profiles the advocate just as she's taking on two of the biggest adversaries of her career: Bill Cosby and President Donald Trump.

Christine Friar

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