'RBG' documentary to screen at Enzian this weekend


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As a tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Enzian Theater will be screening the 2018 documentary RBG this weekend.

Ginsburg – who passed away last week – was the subject of Julie Cohen and Betsy West's affectionate and exhaustive cinematic portrait, which our own Cameron Meier lauded as "the documentary she deserves."

"The film is nothing less than a life-defining document of the Supreme Court justice, but it also illuminates the entire gender-equality movement that Ginsberg has championed since the 1960s."

RBG screens at the Enzian in Maitland from Friday-Sunday, September 25-27. Information on timing and ticketing can be found here.

Check out the film and get ready for the fight over appointing her replacement.

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