The Red Pill | Cassie Jaye

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The Red Pill chronicles filmmaker Cassie Jaye's journey following the Men's Rights Movement.

– 2016 |

The film explores today's war and asks the question “what is the future of equality?”

The title of the film refers to a scene in the film The Matrix, in which the protagonist is offered the choice of a red pill, representing truth and self-knowledge, or a blue pill representing a return to blissful ignorance. By analogy it seeks to bring awareness to the contrast between the men's rights movement, fathers' rights groups, and what they perceive as ‘gynocentrism' in wider society.

 shifts from Jaye's investigation of what she initially believed to be a hate movement to more sympathetic coverage of the movement. The shift is shown in the film through Jaye's questions about her own views on , power, and privilege. 

Source: The Red Pill – 2016 | Documentary


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