Hidden Figures movie round-up : A story of three African and American women who worked in NASA
The incredible story of three women mathematicians working at NASA, A inspiring film to all female generations.
The film is well received by critics all over. Here’s what critics have to say about Hidden Figures.
The script is more partial to Katherine because she works directly with the team that is set to launch Glenn into orbit. Her mathematical brain earns her Al Harrison (Kevin Costner), the Chief supervisor’s trust and he makes her a part of key-decisions.
Times of India – (4/5). read full review here.
This is a heart-warming film and not one to be missed if you have lately been running low on inspiration in life. Let the stories of three geniuses tell you how a woman, despite several hurdles, can still cross the finish line.
Hindustan Times – (4/5). read full review here.
The performances are all very good, and Henson is a stand-out, channelling dignity and conviction in just the right doses to walk past her odious white senior to the man in charge.
Indian Express – (3.5/5). read full review here.
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