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Norma Rae

Sally Field won her first Oscar for her performance in the title role, a complex portrayal of an working-class southern woman who matures into a complete person when she is faced with labor woes and must grow up or fall by the wayside. Field is one of many… (more)

Released: 1979

Rating: PG

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02:44 — An uneducated textile worker struggles to start a union in her plant. Along the way she battles management and her co-workers. Although she becomes a (more…)
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A young single mother (Sally Field) and her co-worker try to unionize the mill where they work in Norma Rae (1979).

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  • Released: 1979
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Sally Field won her first Oscar for her performance in the title role, a complex portrayal of an working-class southern woman who matures into a complete person when she is faced with labor woes and must grow up or fall by the wayside. Field is one of many… (more)

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