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HERO. ICON. DISSENTER. 

At the age of 85, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has built an impressive legal legacy as a pioneer in gender equality. RBG explores the inspiring and unique personal journey of this diminutive, quiet warrior's rise to the USA’s highest court – and her impact along the way – changing the rules, shaping the laws and becoming an unexpected pop-culture icon.

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"I can't think of a dramatic film on screen right now that will make you feel this good, and that's a fact," LA Times

"The movie's touch is light and its spirit buoyant, but there is no mistaking its seriousness or its passion," The New York Times

"It's a fist-pumping, crowd-pleasing documentary..." indieWire

Release Date 26 July 2018
Running Time 1hr 36m
Rating PG | Parental Guidance
Cast Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Director Betsy West

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