Day 22: My favourite film that passes the Bechdel Test

An still image from the film Roma showing a woman and boy lying down under a washing line and looking up at the sky
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Roma (2018)

Have you heard of the Bechdel Test? The concept was created by Alison Bechdel in 1985 in a strip called The Rule in her comic Dykes to Watch Out For. It tests films on three criteria: it must have at least two women (named characters) talk to each other about something other than a man. It is a very low bar to pass but still more than 40% of US films fail it.

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