A Single Woman
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A Single Woman
The story of dedicated pacifist and human rights advocate Jeannette Rankin comes to the screen in this unconventional biopic narrated by Martin Sheen, and featuring the music of Joni Mitchell. Born in Montana and raised during the Indian Wars, Rankin (Jeanmarie Simpson) embraced pacifism early in life. Later, in 1916, she would defy the odds to become the very first U.S. Congresswoman. Her first vote to be cast would be against President Woodrow Wilson's WWI resolution, a vote that set the stage for her entire political career. As a result of that vote, Suffragists fearful that such a vote… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"More a sketch of a narrative fiction film than the film itself, this low-budget / no-budget narrative of anti-war hero Jeanette Rankin could be the start of something big."
‑ Ron Wilkinson, Monsters and Critics
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