FILE Photograph: Actor Keira Knightley appears to be on as she attends the European premiere of “Formal Techniques” at the BFI London Film Pageant 2019, in London, Britain, October ten, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

LONDON (Reuters) – Keira Knightley said her new film “Misbehaviour”, the legitimate story of how the Women’s Liberation Motion disrupted the 1970 Skip Globe levels of competition, felt appropriate at a time when people today were still preventing for equivalent remedy.

Knightley, 34, plays a member of the Women’s Liberation Motion, which storms the phase of the London theater in which the attractiveness pageant was staying held.

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