Where to watch Fair Play documentary on streaming
It’s been an amazing year for film fans, and we’re not ruling out documentaries.
From The Tinder Swindler to Fire of Lovemany topics are covered throughout the non-fiction filmmaking until 2022.
However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t many places where it came from.
The latest to attract attention is Fair Play from filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom, based on Eve Rodsky’s New York Times bestseller of the same name.
It’s now available to browse, so watch the Fair Play documentary here.
Where to watch the documentary Fair Play
Fair Play is streaming on platforms such as Amazon Video, Apple TV, Vudu, YouTube, and Google Play in the US.
A release date for the UK has yet to be announced.
Available to rent or buy. For example, Amazon Video offers the movie as a rental for $4.99 (HD) / $3.99 (SD), or to buy it for $9.99 (both HD and SD).
Rent has 30 days to start watching and 7 days to finish once started.
You can also check out the movie’s website here.
What is Fair Play?
For those who have heard the word of mouth but don’t know the basics, Fair Play is an examination of the difficulties women face when it comes to balancing roles, the stay at home with family.
At the center of the film is the aforementioned Eve as she takes on the challenge of changing the attitudes and motivations of this jubilee.
It follows three families and aims to show how the smallest details in the home life of many can lead to systemic issues affecting millions.
The program was produced in collaboration with Hello Sunshine and featured a wide range of interviewers and guests, including people from Melinda French Gates to American politician Katie Porter.
‘Fair Play is the canary in the coal mine’
Eve was recently interviewed by Forbes and asked if she originally envisioned Fair Play as a documentary:
“I couldn’t get the book published in the first place! All the customers said that no one wants to read books about housework and work. I was told that women are better than men now. People say things like, ‘Why are you complaining, you’re getting more college degrees now than men. You are moving up in the workplace. Why do you judge the ’90s again?’”
He added: “But I’m seeing the problem of burning in front of my eyes. The women told me that they can’t live like this. They really died under the weight of the stress. Fair Play is the canary in the coal mine.”
Fair Play is streaming on demand.
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