#100 - Mad Max: Fury Road (5)
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him to show the population of The Citadel the corpse of Immortan Joe and for them to celebrate, and it enables Furiosa to lead her group up into the tower, and take the crowd with them. Max does not stay, and simply heads off into the crowd – not in a ‘my work here is done’ kind of way, but in the satisfaction that he has helped to remove the regime that abused him, as well as others. It allows him to find redemption within a story that is equally about the redemption of a woman.

So yes, folks - Mad Max: Fury Road is absolutely a feminist movie. Moreover, it is a dystopian movie that provides an accurate depiction of why feminism is so important to soc...

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