Emilia Holmström’s review published on Letterboxd:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg. RBG. What an inspirational lady.
The documentary is very entertaining and thought-provoking, and it completes nicely the picture painted of her in the book Notorious RBG from 2015.
Utterly dedicated to her job and the equality of genders, it felt very fitting that the story was told chronologically through her various achievements as an advocate and a Supreme Court Justice. With time and advancing age, she evolved from an unobtrusive bridge-builder to a more out-spoken opinion leader.
There is also a great love story behind her career. As female-focused as this documentary was, it was great that they didn't leave out the fact that the women's rights movement wouldn't have worked without the trust and support of the adoring husbands.