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Confirmation: Judge Clarence Thomas' nomination to the United States' Supreme Court is called into question when former colleague, Anita Hill, testifies that he had sexually harassed her.

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Ratings: IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: April 16, 2016
Runtime: 110 mins
Genres: Drama
Countries: USA
Director: Rick Famuyiwa
Actors: Erika Christensen Grace Gummer Kerry Washington

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Posted by prh046 1 year, 7 months ago
+21 | +21 / -0

I remember the hearings. As a female in the workplace, we are often subjected to the "old boys" ways. For many years men believed they could speak however they wanted to females around them in the workplace. Anita Hill brought change to that. I believed her then and I beleive her now. The degradation that she suffered had less to do with people believing in Clarence Thomas, than it did in keeping the President from having egg on his face. Even today there are many women (and men, as well) who do not report these types of behaviors for fear of the types of actions that Ms. Hill was subjected. During the hearings she remained composed and told her version of the events with grace and dignity. It is said that Clarence Thomas is one of the more "quiet" justices. Perhaps some lingering shame contributes to that quiteness. Ms. Hill was not given fair treatment while Mr. Thomas' friends and colleagues were given the ability to railroad her with accusations that were unfounded. When it was announced that she had taken and passed a polygraph many of us were thinking "Finally, we will hear some truth" and we did but only from her. The President gave Mr. Thomas a way out of taking it by effectively taking it off the table. I believe that if he had taken it he would be a decrepit old man in a nursing home thinknig of his days of law that had long left him. I beleive that not only would he not be nominated but that he would have no longer been able to serve the court.

Posted by Black_Mama 1 year, 7 months ago ( Edited 1 year, 7 months ago )
+20 | +26 / -6

An intriguing and thoughtful examination of the issue and the times when they occurred. I remember those hearings were brutal, Hill was railroaded. Some people think it was because Hill is a woman, others because she is Black. I am of the camp that believes it was very important for the former lead counsel for Monsanto to be installed in the SCOTUS and being a Black Woman played into it. Washington's performance is astounding and the entire tone of the film is subtle. A stellar cast makes every moment watchable. Even as the proceedings wind down and Hill's team looks as if they've been through a physical and mental tsunami, the film never loses underlying energy that gave it tempo and kept it moving forward. I am bummed that this is a TV movie, THIS is a role and Washington's performance is worthy of Oscar recognition.

Posted by redhotchilli_c 1 year, 7 months ago
+13 | +13 / -0

holy cow what a film,i knew nothing about this,but it was powerful moving well directed well acted ,and leaves you wishing you new what a fair outcome, would have really been,stunning film,a must watch 10/10

Posted by gravitas 1 year, 7 months ago
+12 | +12 / -0

Hill was and is a credible witness of impeccable character all the while being a consummate professional; Therefore I've always believed her accusations and testimony in regards to sexual harassment and innuendo perpetrated by Clarence Thomas towards her and other women. Moreover, it's obvious from Thomas' 25 lackluster years, as a member of SCOTUS, that this is one feckless three toed sloth of a Justis pickin up a check every Friday on the American taxpayers back.

Posted by pienene 1 year, 7 months ago ( Edited 1 year, 7 months ago )
+11 | +15 / -4

decent fact based drama about sexual harassment case in 90's that possibly was base of how harassment cases are viewed in America today. 4/5.

Posted by Meanmom 1 year, 7 months ago
+10 | +10 / -0

I remember those hearings well. The disgust I had for Thomas at that time has only gotten stronger over the years. Anita Hill has always stood out as a hero especially in the face of the sexist, women haters of the time. Looking back, I can't believe this actually happened. If you don't remember these hearings, or if you are too young to remember, you should take some time to watch this so you can assure history never repeats itself.

Posted by 90smovielover 1 year, 7 months ago
+8 | +8 / -0

that was great, HBO did a good job on this. i can't believe he still won the votes after all this. And Joe biden was part of this charade to, i was shocked when they named him in the movie i had to do some research... i was 1 years old when this happen so to me this is all like woah this is a lot to take in. i was cringing when she was talking about some of the sort he said to her... if i was cringing i can only imagine how America acted back in the day when this aired on television. the woman was very brave, i believe her and i think he did do it. but great job by all the actors in this, i saw the real video on youtube and watched the movie after they got every character down into a tee. 10 out of 10

Posted by Aubreycon 1 year, 7 months ago
+8 | +8 / -0

Great movie. I was too young at the time to remember but I remember her always in bright colors and red lips.

Posted by JenaMiriana 1 year, 7 months ago ( Edited 1 year, 7 months ago )
+7 | +9 / -2

they did a good job with the story..he's disgusting and wicked and should never have been appointed..one of the worst legal decisions in our country, ever - there were many women who came forward or were asked to come forward because they had, years before, told their friends about his totally inappropriate behavior..scary that he has been allowed to help shape the legal policies of our nation. [and yes, i am old enough to *remember* these hearings.]

Posted by DebbieLegg 1 year, 7 months ago
+6 | +7 / -1

All this film did for me was prove that our government is corrupt and that no efforts to voice the truth make any difference. The film itself was tastefully done though.

Posted by ButterflyGem 11 months ago
+3 | +3 / -0

I started to have the same feelings and reactions, I had when this actually happen. The wounds are deep when it comes to sexual harassment in the workplace. Like my dad use to say, "The bottom of the barrel!"

Posted by Lyneas 1 year, 4 months ago
+3 | +3 / -0

"So much power. So little leadership."

Posted by Awgustwest 1 year, 7 months ago ( Edited 1 year, 7 months ago )
+3 | +5 / -2

As a side note....it's also a great remender for the public to see really what a dunce...Dunce , Joe Biden is and was in this case as committe chair.....it's a pity that someone who had to cheat while studying at Syracuse Law school in order to get by ended up at the #2 position.....we are certainly all fortunate that B. Obama is a healthy man..... Perhaps now the viewers at home can understand that House of Cards and Veep are not really to far off......btw C. Thomas has to be one of if not The least prolific Supreme Court Justice ever....he is simply another vote for his side.....and as a Justice of the highest court he has demonstrated to be nothing less than absolutely mediocre

Posted by JenaMiriana 1 year, 7 months ago
+0 | +4 / -4

[and thanks to the people who educated me about his role with monsanto - that was a fact i had not been aware of - as a licensed health care worker and also simply a grateful world citizen, science can be amazing and totally helpful...and i am not super-extreme or fanatical in my views of all GMO foods. HOWEVER: i find it frightening that, when it comes to food, science thinks it knows better than nature re: what people and animals need re: food! no way can science beat what's natural for the physical body in that way..and there are pros and cons to GMO's, imho, depending on certain points, which i will not even attempt to get into here..but what i will say is NO WAY!! should any business and/or corporation be allowed to patent food!: monsanto did not INVENT natural foods, they did not create them, they MODIFIED them! (and here is my rant re: a comparison): so, for instance, if someone authors a book, that is that author's copyright ownership -whether or not they register it, but they should at least do a 'poor man's copyright' if nothing else..then, if another person comes along and modifies that book, that second person is *NOT* allowed to claim ownership! aside from a creative commons permission. this was an issue with an educational group and school i receive materials from..the informal school, it's admins wanted to claim ownership of materials they, themselves, did not create. the group/public-in-the-know people said, rightly, that the school should NOT be allowed to have those rights. eventually the courts, wisely, agreed and said, "NO!" to the admins. after that happened, what the school did was to try and fool the public-at-large, those who were not aware of the history of the court case, etc., by 'editing' some of the chapters of the primary, very large volume[s], primer of study materials...and then they also rewrote the final chapter [of that main written course]..because they had decided that they knew better who should and who should not be privy to certain information contained in that final chapter that THE ORIGINAL AUTHOR wanted all people to know..then, with all of the audio recordings of original speeches/lectures that they had, they added copyrighted music to those recordings...really, they play dirty and it's awful. but my point is that if you did not create a thing and also esp. natural things, you should not be able to change it and then claim that you own it! and you should not be able to sue a farmer who had the misfortune of winds bringing monsanto's seeds to the farmers land and crops..next thing we know they'll be trying to claim patents to oxygen and water - they would if they could!..monsanto is like those most arrogant of scientists who say that they know how to *create* life..when asked how, they start with, "well, first we'll need a little bit of dirt from the earth..." just smh..and GMO's or not? they must be stopped from claiming ownership over any of it..start saving seeds from food now, people.

Posted by flowde 1 year, 7 months ago
+0 | +2 / -2

GREAT MUST SEE MOVIE.If you didn't know, by now that,POLITICS and POLITICIANS,only WORKS and ONLY FUNCTIONS, if they HAVE NO, CONSCIOUS.This movie is a,GREAT EXAMPLE OF THIS FACT!!!!

Posted by JenaMiriana 1 year, 7 months ago
+0 | +3 / -3

...and another thing: i know totally get why lie detector tests are not allowed in court - in addition to sociopaths, if even one non-sociopathic person knows how to 'beat the box' [and many do], by whatever method they use to do it, it cannot be considered a valid litmus test..but *MOST* people in the world they do *NOT* know how to fool the machine..and, so, if she had *failed* the lie detector test, the conservatives would have been singing the outcomes praises..but since she passed, they did everything they could to try and discredit the results..the truth is, they could not *WAIT* to appoint a black conservative to the supreme court - because then they would have a puppet..but it has backfired, in a way, since the cloud over him and his appointment has never dissipated..not sure about the wife or if they stayed together - what she may or may not have known about his sick mind - but i really feel sorry for their son - thank god their sir name is a common one because if it wasn't, what an awful way to go through life, if people knew clarence was his dad..yikes!! and re: anyone who recognized pat buchanan in the end footage as someone who was supporting thoman: he was recently interviewed about quotes in his book and he was asked about a specific quote in whixh he claimed black people could not run the country or help t run the country. the interviewer aked him if he still stood my what he wrote and he said an emphatic, "YES!!" which is more proof of the sickness of the ultra-conservatives mental illness.

Posted by phyllismc 1 year, 7 months ago ( Edited 1 year, 7 months ago )
-34 | +10 / -44

Anita Hill was a consultant on this film, and it is written entirely from her point of view. But as someone who watched those hearings every single day, I can tell you . . . at a time when America was glued to their seats watching her and listening to every sentence, the public could tell she was not even remotely believable. And as a woman who has actually dealt with REAL sexual harassment, I also did not find her statements, actions, or demeanor credible. She was an obvious political plant with an agenda. And polls at the time showed that. After watching days and days of her testimony, something like 90% of the public did not believe she was telling the truth. Then during the next year, I watched as the news media twisted the story, portrayed her as some virtuous victim, and spun it until a year later, on the anniversary of the Clarence Thomas' confirmation, a new poll determined that the public had changed their collective minds. It was sickening to watch how easily the people were swayed the farther away it got from what they had witnessed with their own eyes. It took the media one year, that's all, to rewrite the story into what you are now seeing above: a poor victim of an evil sexual harasser. Except that's not the real truth. Anita Hill gives real sexual harassment survivors a bad name, and she and the special interest groups who surrounded her are completely remorseless that they tarnished a good man's reputation for the rest of his life. Suggest you head on over to Amazon and order -The Real Anita Hill- to see how she was used by special interest groups to try to bring down a black conservative SCOTUS nominee. Now let the down voting begin. But I was there, and I guarantee you that most people who buy into this film's version were either not around when it was going on or were too young to remember.

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