Ladies Room

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​The director spends three months filming in the toilet of a crowded Oxford pub, trying to find out whether women are tyrannies or victims when it comes to men. The film reveals its true mood by personally engaging with the women interviewed, some of which show degrees of disenchantment, bitterness and irony. ​

​Through the symbolic presence of the mirror, women’s personal voices play an active part in the narrative, while men represent the absent subject under scrutiny.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputFilm
Publication statusPublished - 2007

Bibliographical note

Official Selection A Corto di Donne Film Festival, Naples, Italy, 2008
Official Selection Ljubljana International Short Film Festival, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2009
Official Selection Cinemissimo Film Festival, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2009
Screened at Turin City Council, Turin, Italy, 2009


  • women
  • minorities
  • documentary
  • feminism
  • documentary filmmaking

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