Noah Lindsey’s review published on Letterboxd:
This documentary is about how women are treated and should be treated in the technical workforce. It addresses that we need more women in technical positions and how we can start doing that.
There is a wide variety of perspectives presented throughout the documentary, from male and female CEOs and co-founders to male and female students learning computer science for the first time. They talk about the current situation for women in the tech workforce and how underrepresented and mistreated they often are. However, there are several people and programs aimed at getting more women involved in computer science and engineering, among other STEM careers.
I think that this documentary does a really good job at addressing an important issue in technical careers and talks about how to solve the issue, which is to encourage more women into STEM careers and creating better environments to keep women in technical careers.