A very worthy film about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who attended Harvard Law School in the 1960s at a time when this was almost unheard for women, a time when it was the woman's place to make a home for the working man and raise the children. However at two hours long, although the film is kind of interesting, the acting is good and the film is obviously passionate about depicting how Ginsburg went about changing the enshrined laws that were biased on the basis of gender, it is sadly, often boring, simply because we know the ending already before we start watching. You could say the same about the film Titanic, but it's really hard to make anything to do with the law as exciting and compelling - and visual - as crashing into an iceberg and the battles for survival.
Despite, as a prior reviewer said, that the ending of the story is known, how the case was won against the odds was indeed the drama of this wonderful story! We very much liked how this couple as husband and wife worked together. In addition, the family was clearly all about justice and the law. It was wonderful to see the daughter come into her own as she helped her mother and to seee the mother appreciate the contributions of the daughter as well. All around a great drama!