The biopic “I Am Woman” tells the story of Australian singer Helen Reddy and the music that served as a feminist anthem for the ladies’s liberation motion, and the inspiring trailer for the movie will make you roar.
Tilda Cobham-Hervey stars in “I Am Woman” as Reddy, which follows her journey from being a single mother within the late ’60s who involves New York and works to smash via the patriarchy to change into a platinum recording artist. The first trailer reveals Reddy getting paid lower than the lads in her personal band and being turned away by male document executives, just for her to push again and show she’s a star.
“Did it ever occur to you men to ask women what they want to listen to,” Reddy poses to at least one male gatekeeper who asks if she’s heard of The Beatles. “This is more than just a song to me.”
“I Am Woman” particularly delves into Reddy’s friendship with legendary rock journalist Lillian Roxon (Danielle Macdonald) and her expertise supervisor Jeff Wald (Evan Peters), who turns into not solely her accomplice but additionally her husband and relocates her household to California. The movie reveals how Reddy’s elevated fame and her place in turning into a voice for girls’s rights places added stress on these relationships and forces Reddy to take management of her personal future.
Unjoo Moon (“The Zen of Bennett”) directs the movie that was written by Emma Jensen. Rosemary Blight and Unjoo Moon produced. “I Am Woman” premiered at Toronto final 12 months, and the movie’s premiere additionally got here with a efficiency from Reddy’s personal granddaughter.
“I Am Woman” will now open digitally and in theaters on Sept. 11 from Quiver Distribution. Check out the primary trailer above.
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