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蓝光BD25 爱长颈鹿的女人 IMDB 8.0分
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◎译  名 爱长颈鹿的女人
◎片  名 The Woman Who Loves Giraffes
◎年  代 2018
◎产  地 加拿大
◎类  别 纪录片
◎语  言 英语
◎上映日期 2018-09-19(加拿大)
◎IMDb评分  8.0/10 from 115 users
◎IMDb链接  https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8901942
◎豆瓣评分 0/10 from 0 users
◎豆瓣链接 https://movie.douban.com/subject/30411619/
◎片  长 83分钟
◎导  演 Alison Reid
◎编  剧 Alison Reid
◎主  演 Fred Bercovitch
       Lisa Clifton-Bumpass
       Anne Innis Dagg


◎标  签 纪录片 | 加拿大 | 2010s

◎简  介  
        1956年,简·古道尔(Jane Goodall)冒险进入黑猩猩世界的四年前,戴安·福西(Dian Fossey)与山地大猩猩共事的七年前,事实上,在任何人、任何男人或女人进行这样的旅行之前,23岁的加拿大生物学家安妮·英尼斯·达格(Anne Innis Dagg)就史无前例地独自前往南非,成为世界上第一个人研究那个大陆野生动物的行为。一年后,当她带着突破性的研究回到家中时,她作为一名女科学家所面临的不可逾越的障碍被证明是很难克服的。1972年,作为圭尔夫大学(University of Guelph)动物学助理教授,圭尔夫大学(University of Guelph)的院长发表了20篇研究论文,否认了她的任期。她不能申请滑铁卢大学,因为那里的院长告诉安妮,他永远不会给已婚妇女终身教职。这是促使安妮成为女权主义活动家的催化剂。30年来,安妮·伊尼斯·达格一直不在长颈鹿世界,直到2010年,她才被长颈鹿学家找到,不仅重新回到了人们的视线中,而且最终以她的工作而闻名。
  In1956, four years before Jane Goodall ventured into the world of chimpanzees and seven years before Dian Fossey left to work with mountain gorillas, in fact, before anyone, man or woman had made such a trip, 23-year old Canadian biologist, Anne Innis Dagg, made an unprecedented solo journey to South Africa to become the first person in the world to study animal behavior in the wild on that continent. When she returned home a year later armed with ground-breaking research, the insurmountable barriers she faced as a female scientist proved much harder to overcome. In 1972, having published 20 research papers as an assistant professor of zoology at University of Guelph, the Dean of the university, denied her tenure. She couldn't apply to the University of Waterloo because the Dean there told Anne that he would never give tenure to a married woman. This was the catalyst that transformed Anne into a feminist activist. For three decades, Anne Innis Dagg was absent from the giraffe world until 2010 when she was sought out by giraffologists and not just brought back to into the fold, but finally celebrated for her work.