An awkward presentation of the Women's Liberation movement and its effect upon various relationships in the Denver area. Among those involved are Bisset, as a journalist for a fashion magazine; her kid sister Purcell, as an ultra-feminist who draws up a contract to have a baby; Stevens,
as the sex-starved wife of a wealthy manufacturer; and Swit, as a typical wife and mother. All these women gain something from the movement, but you wouldn't think so by the way the material is handled. Several of the performances are quite good, but they're really all for naught. However, as the
first Hollywood film to examine the Women's Movement, STAND UP AND BE COUNTED has some ...