NASA had over 40000 white men scientists that did the real science. Number checkers did clerical work. African or not....
This is complete idiotic! NASA had 40000 scientists during this period, 99.99% white men, now we are to believe these few Africans did the space launch calcs-BS BS BS !!!!!?
More Hollywood propaganda
Best movie I've seen in years!
All must see this true US history movie.
I strongly recommend everyone see this movie As a person who lived through this era, I am so grateful to have been raised by parents who taught us that people were people, good, bad or indifferent, regardless of their color, religion or social status. This movie is a testament to these professional women whose hard work and courage make them role models for all women. We still have a way to go with equality in the work force, but with the accomplishments of these women, the path was shortened.
Best movie of the year!!
Great acting! Great story! Highly recommend.
Three super smart women do the hard part of the math that gets John Glenn into space and safely back again. But because it is the early 60's, they are kept in the background, while an all white team of male engineers gets all the credit. Truly one of the best movies in a long time and an important one for our teens, especially our girls, to all see. It also shows how even 50 years after the civil rights movement began, these true stories are still kept hidden from Americans and that makes you question who in America kept that story silent. It shows how it takes a nation of all people to make huge leaps forward, a timely message, especially in today's political climate. A must see movie.
A great movie that all should see. Acting very good..
Running Time: 127 min.
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