A 1960s-era Mississippi debutante sends her community into an uproar by conducting a series of probing interviews with the black servants behind some of her community's most prominent families. Skeeter (Emma Stone) has just graduated from college, and she's eager to launch her career as a writer. In a moment of inspiration, Skeeter decides to focus her attention on the black female servants who work in her community. Her first subject is Aibileen (Viola Davis), the devoted housekeeper who has been employed by Skeeter's best friend's family for years. By speaking with Aibileen, Skeeter becomes an object of scorn to the wealthy locals, who view her actions as directly challenging to the established social order. Before long, even more servants are coming forward to tell their stories, and Skeeter discovers that friendship can blossom under the most unlikely of circumstances. Bryce Dallas Howard co-stars in a touching tale of race relations based on author Kathryn Stockett's best-selling novel of the same name.~Jason Buchanan
My husband and I have watched this movie over and over and I always see something I didn't notice before. This movie will make you laugh, cry and angry over and over. In the end you will be all smiles and want to watch again.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Funny and thought provoking, great story
Owned for 7 months when reviewed.
This movie finds an entertaining way to show insight into how the South lagged behind, especially in Mississippi. Makes me wanna serve chocolate pie