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Jean Satterfield plays the revolutionary leader of an underground women's army in the 1983 feminist classic Born in Flames. Argenis Apolinario/The Bronx Museum of the Arts hide caption

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This 1983 Feminist Film Was Set In The Dystopian Future, So Basically Right Now

Born in Flames was made by pioneering underground filmmaker Lizzie Borden. She vanished from screens for decades, and now her work is being rediscovered.

Jean Satterfield plays the revolutionary leader of an underground women's army in the 1983 feminist classic Born in Flames. Argenis Apolinario/The Bronx Museum of the Arts hide caption

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Argenis Apolinario/The Bronx Museum of the Arts

This 1983 Feminist Film Was Set In The Dystopian Future, So Basically Right Now

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