‘Laundromat’ features a young woman who decides to have some fun while waiting for her laundry, becoming increasingly bold and empowered in the everyday scene of the laundromat. We live in a world that conditions us to follow a status quo, we shouldn’t forget to break free from that from time to time and have some fun. We all feel the urge to let loose, we randomly start to sing or dance when inside our own four walls, but what about beyond that? This film stands for female empowerment and challenges today's guidelines of what is acceptable in public.
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