“The Help” Review

The Help (2011)

Adapted from Kathryn Stockett’s best-selling novel of the same name, ‘The Help’ is a moving, heart-felt movie about a small number of black maids in rural Mississippi in 1960s who have decided that their voices should also be heard in the painful wake of the African-American civil rights movements. At times deeply sad, at times hilariously funny, this film will grab one’s attention almost immediately and will not let go until the very end. With a great script, masterfully and effectively communicating voices which should be heard in the political movement at that time, ‘The Help’ is a movie not to be missed.

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