The Shocking Miss Pilgrim

The Shocking Miss Pilgrim

In the late 1800s, Miss Pilgrim, a young stenographer, or typewriter, becomes the first female employee at a Boston shipping office. Although the men object to her at first, she soon charms them all, especially the handsome young head of the company. Their romance gets sidetracked when she becomes involved in the Women's Suffrage movement.

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Donald K (fr) wrote: really cool new spin

Jocey D (fr) wrote: In spite of the bad wigs, this is an interesting and revealing movie about the struggling Napa Valley wine business on the mid-1070s. Entertaining. Good.

David R (es) wrote: This is a funny movie and I love using it for my class. The movie is sure to have you laughing.

Daniel H (us) wrote: A sobering and much-needed documentary. Sadly, it only begins to scrape the surface of the importance and context of the Weather Underground.Sadly, this film would be much more at home as a History Channel special event feature, rather than the groundbreaking documentary that still needs to be made about the Weather Underground.Regardless, don't wait around for it. This film is especially a must-see for anyone who wasn't alive during the 1960's and can't seem to bring themselves past retro-caricaturisation of the era. Direct interviews (most notably from the former FBI investigators) are more than welcome addition, although at times it seems as if the film struggles to provide detail without detracting from the coherency of the overall narrative.

Anthony A (de) wrote: Actually decent for a disney movie, plus I had a mega crush on her.

Kevin R (fr) wrote: A precursor to Buffy the Vampire Slayer film except in Night of the Comet it's a Cheerleader and her sister fighting Zombies after a comet kills most of humanity.An entertaining film, has Robert Beltran who would appear later in Star Trek Voyageur. Should be looked at as a remake I think. A lot of 80's music on the soundtrack, a lot!

diego d (ca) wrote: Objects exist...and if we pay them more attention than we do is because they exist more than those people.Dead objects live on. Living people are often dead already.I'm looking for reasons to live, happily...And if I now push this analysis further...I think there is a reason for living simply in memory... And in the facility for standing to enjoy the present...that is, to catch a fleeting reason to be alive...and to have kept it a few seconds...and after it has been unearthed from the circumstances surrounding it.To bring into the world of man the simplest see the human spirit take possession of create a new world where manand things exist in harmony...That is my aimAs much political as poetic, it explains this passion for expressionWhose passion? Mine: Writer and painter- Is poetry formative, or simply decorative?- Everything that decorates life is formative-Tell me something else you find interesting.People never really talk in films. I'd like to try with you.-You want to talk with me really?-Only because you're a stranger, I like talking to strangers.No event has an autonomous life.It's always limited to things around itPerhaps the observer of this simply me?Each inhabitant has ties with certain parts of the city. And with what?With the image, usually steeped in associations. The physical clarity of this image.Paris is a mysterious city......asphyxiating... natural.A landscape is like a face. I wanted to say, I simply see a face, with a particular expression. But that doesn't mean it's an extraordinary expression...or that you'll try to describe it. Perhaps you want to say it's this or that. She looks like Chekhov's Natasha,or she's Nanook's sister in Flaherty's film. But you'd be right to say, it can't be described in words. Yet I feel the expression on my face must mean something. Something standing out from the general outline. I mean from the sort of form outlined which... As if it were possible to say... this face has a particular expression... and then...and then... in fact, this is what it is.

Cheewai L (fr) wrote: The director has done wonders with the small cast and budget. The only baffling bit was the German officer incanted from a German book in English.

Brad S (mx) wrote: - Apparently this is my 2nd time watching this first feature from Steven Spielberg, but I hadn't recalled seeing it. So, it was worth another look, this time I got to see it in HD which is great as it features some of the typical work of Spielberg including the Hitchcock zoom/track shot that he also uses in Jaws. Vilmos Zsigmond did the cinematography and John Williams work for Spielberg for the first time and did the score. Goldie Hawn is very young in this and has a lot of charm. Worth a watch for film fans.- The one is dated, but still pretty good, especially considering it's Spielberg's first theatrical film. The film moves at a good pace and you can tell, even at this time, that Spielberg is a real talent. Worth watching for its historical context, and it's also base on a true story. Check it out!