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Yes Madam, Sir, Movie

Yes Madam, Sir 2008

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One journey can change a life. One life can change the world.

Biography on Kiran Bedi, the extraordinary woman who defied convention to become India's first female police officer. Narrated by Helen Mirren (The Debt). More

"Filmed in India over six years, Yes Madam, Sir is a ‘David and Goliath’ epic story profiling Asia Nobel Prize winner, Kiran Bedi... A modern day Gandhi, Bedi is an intriguing paradox: deified by millions for her commitment to social justice and her public stance against corruption; vilified by the establishment as a publicity seeking, uncontrollable megalomaniac. The true drama lies not in Bedi’s audacity, but in the inherent contradictions in her character. In Bedi’s eyes, she fights the fight of the underdog on an ultimately sinking ship." (Official Synopsis) Hide

Starring: Kiran Bedi

Directed by Megan Doneman (feature debut)

Written by Megan Doneman

Festivals & Awards Winner of Best Documentary at Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2009.

Biography, Documentary | 1hr 35mins | PG | Country of Origin: India, Australia | Language: Hindi and English with English subtitles | Official Site

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Film Ink (Australia)

A very moving documentary and even at times surprisingly funny. Full review.

Urban Cinefile (Australia)

What Megan Donerman's film about Kiran Bedi lacks in technical polish, it compensates by a raw enthusiasm and storytelling focus Full review.