From the director NIGEL COLE (Calendar Girls, Saving Grace), MADE IN DAGENHAM tells the tale of the 187 women that worked at the Ford Motor companies Dagenham factory – and their struggle to earn equal rights and pay with the 55,000 male workers at the factory. This page has made in dagenham 2010, watch online, made in dagenham 2010 free download, full movie hd.
Set in 1968, the economy was used to frequent union uprisings and strikes – but this was the first time that it was the women upholsterers who sewed car seat covers that took the initiative
after being “down-graded” to a non-skilled status – the women rose as one to walk out, in an action that brought them into direct conflict with the management, their own unions and their own husbands
eventually brought the Ford motor company to it’s knees. Filmxy has Made in Dagenham (2010) Online Full Movie, Made in Dagenham (2010) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins, Andrea Riseborough.
Many laughed at the women’s actions
until their strength of feeling
and reality set in
forcing the unions and the management to take increasingly desperate measures to get the women back to work
as factory production ground to a halt. Rita O’Grady (played admirably by SALLY HAWKINS), a shy, pleasant worker working in sweat shop conditions, found her voice when asked to stand up for the women’s views, and gradually became more and more empowered as the rest of the women stood behind her in a crusade that became synonymous with equal rights
The story climax’s nicely in an emotional showdown, as the situation finally comes to a head and the chief participants (Ford, the Government, the Women, the unions and the men workers) all realise that things have gone too far
and none of them can back down. As well as Sally Hawkins, there are some strong performances by other members of the cast – specifically, Bob Hoskins as Albert, Miranda Richardson as an exuberant Barbra Castle, the lovely Rosamund Pike as Lisa, Geraldine James as Connie, Kenneth Cranham as Monty (Unions) and Richard Schiff as Robert Tooley (Ford).
The music, costumes and the locations set up the tone of the times nicely, and the direction is solid throughout. The camera work is able, and is interspersed with footage from the actual era giving it more gravitas.