Hidden Figures Review

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Kriss, Phenom & Petty review Hidden Figures, a film about the African American female mathematicians and scientists that helped the US put a man in space.

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Charles (Kriss)

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    Coqui Negra 9 January, 2017 at 11:30 Reply

    Gotta say, the character Jim Parsons’ played is alive & well in the lives of Black women scientists. I know him. He hasn’t changed much since the late 1980s.
    Also, I think the story of the 3 women told at once is pivotal because, as far as Black women go, we are all we got! And there was a window post-world war II. So I quibble with that part of your review, but good job.

    • Charles (Kriss)
      Kriss 9 January, 2017 at 12:59 Reply

      Oh yeah that Jim Parsons character is definitely avoid. White folks really haven’t changed much since then.

      As for the 3 women told at once, don’t get me wrong. I loved seeing how it was black women having each other’s backs. I think my issue was more along the lines of structurally as a film how they did it. I’m greedy. I wanted to see more of what Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Johnson did and I felt their stories were kind of short changed. Honestly I think I’m just being greedy. I loved seeing a story of black women scientists cause we’ve been so starved for those stories I wanted more.

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