Ruth Bader Ginsberg (‘RBG’) was taught two lessons from her mother, ‘be a lady’ and ‘be independent.’

Ginsberg’s life and career as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice involved historical changes for women, making her an unexpected pop-culture icon.

Directors  Julie Cohen and Betsy West capture Ginsberg’s tales at Harvard Law, as she strove for change, and the challenges she faced along the way.

“Fierce and unexpectedly romantic”
Joshua Rothkopf, TIME OUT

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24 February 2019 2:00PM

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Running Time

98mins + trailers