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Hidden Figures (2016)
What is this about?
As the USA raced against Russia to place a person in space, NASA located untapped talent in a set of African-American female mathematicians that served because of the brains behind one of the best operations in U.S. records. Based on the unbelievably proper life testimonies of three of these ladies, recognized as “human computers”, we follow these girls as they quickly rose the ranks of NASA along many of records’ best minds specifically tasked with calculating the momentous release of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, and making sure his safe return. Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Gobels Johnson crossed all gender, race, and expert lines while their brilliance and choice to dream big, beyond anything ever accomplished before by the human race, firmly cemented them in U.S. records as true American heroes.
Why you should watch this?
- A feel-good movie gets better the way along.
- The characters on which the cinema is based were distinctive and unique on their own.
- It is based on a true story and marvelously entertaining.
Who should watch this?
If you love the movies with good content and are ignored for a very long time, this movie stands right away on the list.
Where can you watch this?
Watch it on HOTSTAR : Hidden Figures.
Watch it on Netflix : Hidden Figures. (not available in India)
Free Streaming Services:
Watch it on FshareTV: Hidden Figures.
Movie Name: Hidden Figures (2016)
Director: Theodore Melfi
Lead Actors: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe
Some interesting facts:
- While John Glenn did specially request that Katherine Johnson review all of the numbers for the Friendship 7 project before he would agree to undergo it, he did so weeks earlier than the assignment clearly took place, not when the countdown to release changed into nearing at Cape Canaveral.
- Paul Stafford (Jim Parsons) and Vivian Mitchell (Kirsten Dunst) aren’t based on real people. Instead, both characters are composites of different crew members who labored at NASA, intended to symbolize the dismissive attitudes held by some of the white co-workers at some point in this period.
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