In the United States, Netflix is set to stream a 2018 multi-award-winning documentary about the career and life of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg in early October 2021.
Arriving on Sunday, October 3rd, 2021, the movie looks back at the life of a Supreme Court judge who has worked in court for decades and achieved much through his long and distinguished life.
She has made significant advances in women’s rights over the decades, such as co-founding the Women’s Rights Project at ACLU. He was the first judge of gay marriage and of course became an icon of pop culture.
Published by Magnolia Pictures, the documentary premiered in Sundance for the first time before it was released in theaters in May 2018.
It was added to Hulu in October 2018 and Desidere called it “a lifting film made with light touch”.
The documentary was much sought after in September 2020 after receiving a Supreme Court judgment.
At the time, Hulur had the streaming rights to the documentary. It also did a very unusual promotion where it made the movie available for free through its YouTube channel for a limited time.
It is unclear how long the documentary will remain on Netflix US. Netflix Canada and Japan are both currently streaming the documentary Canada has been hosting it since November 2020.
The movie was significantly dropped from the PR release for their October 2021 release but this is not entirely unusual. Netflix did not include other October releases Oats Studio And Occupation: Rain.
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