The story of three mathematical geniuses who happened to work at NASA's first installation in Langley, Va. The movie is well-written delivering a well modulated Civil Rights line, humor, romance, and the daily struggle these three ladies had trying to grow into their own inside a system working against them. I enjoyed this and recommend it for both entertainment and enlightenment. Just try to get passed some of the obvious hooey of the early 60's.
Ps. The epilogue is rich with photographs of our three heroines. Nice touch putting real faces to the actors.
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Topic - 'Hidden Figures': Pushing pencils not brooms . . . - Billy Wonka 21:18:28 01/12/17 (2)
- Finally saw this ...Terrific !!! (nt) - reelsmith. 08:40:04 01/30/17 (0)
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