Yes Madam, Sir
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Australian documentarian Megan Doneman follows controversial Indian athlete-turned-law enforcer Kiran Bedi though the professional peaks and valleys that helped to cement her reputation as an iconic proponent of change and reform to some, and a contentious challenger to the comfortable status quo to others. Bedi was one of four sisters, each of whom had been raised to be well educated and independent. A former professional athlete, her interest in social issues prompted Bedi to join the Indian Police Force. As the first woman to do so, she nearly had to go to court in order to obtain her… More
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"What Megan Donerman's film about Kiran Bedi lacks in technical polish, it compensates by a raw enthusiasm and storytelling focus"
‑ Andrew L. Urban, Urban Cinefile
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