“I have cried in movies” is a huge understatement!
The Help is not a movie that makes you cry because of some tear jerking moments, but, because of the realization that you are just a miserable ungrateful bastard!
You know, you live in a century where the things you see in the movie are just ancient history, (I know, I wish my last sentence was not so ironic) but, you cannot help to feel mad and even embarrassed at a couple of situations; humanity is broken.
Don’t despair, there is hope and Emma Stone provides the means for the oppressed to be heard, because she knows, WE know they deserve better.
Performances by all the actresses were magnificent, there were a couple of miss casts in the male department, but you tend to forget them, almost right away, it’s all about the women, and their incredible and painful struggle to make ends meet, in one of the hardest eras in USA history.
You should watch this movie, with family , because the lessons that can be taken from it should become family values that future generations need to learn from, you know, for a better tomorrow for mankind!