Miranda Richardson discusses the film “Made in Dagenham.” Set against the backdrop of the 1960s, the film is based on a true story about a group of women who joined forces and stood up to their bosses at the Ford Motor Factory to demand equal pay for equal work. By daring to stand up and push boundaries, the women changed a broken system. “Made in Dagenhau” opens November 19 at Lincoln Plaza and Angelika Film Center.
Miranda Richardson is a two-time Oscar-nominated actress whose career spans three decades. Her credits include "The Crying Game," "Sleepy Hollow," "The Hours," "Young Victoria," and the cult British comedy classic "Black Adder." Today, she has two new films hitting theaters: one based on real events, and one based on a hugely popular book about a certain boy wizard.