This film is part of Free
Women after the War
A provoking film on the place of women made by the inimitable Richard Massingham
Campaigning film 1946 10 mins Silent
Directed by the inimitable doctor turned actor and filmmaker, Richard Massingham, this film was one in a series intended to provoke debate about current topics. In this case the knotty issue of whether women should continue to work outside the home after their valiant efforts during World War II is tackled head on.
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