There’s nothing quite like music to take you back to a younger age, a long-lost relationship, or a forgotten memory. Or, in the case of “I Am Woman,” by Helen Reddy, an entire movement. 

The song, written in 1971 and released in 1972, became the anthem for second-wave feminism. It sold over a million copies, became the first number one Billboard hit by an Australian, and won the Grammy for Best Female Performance, beating legends Carly Simon, Carole King, Aretha Franklin, and Barbra Streisand. In her acceptance speech, Reddy thanked God, “because she makes everything possible.”

I Am Woman is now a feature-film biopic, directed by Unjoo Moon, written by Emma Jensen, and starring Tilda Cobham-Hervey, Danielle Macdonald, and Evan Peters. Like all musician biopics (and we’ve seen several in the last few years, from Bohemian…

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