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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

At 84, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — who is expected to attend the world premiere of “RBG,” the documentary about her life and legacy that first screens at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 21 — could be the toast of the fest.

“Millennials are big fans of hers,” says Julie Cohen, who directed the film along with Betsy West. “What they love about her is the contrast between her seriousness of purpose and her lighter side.”

Having embraced the hip-hop moniker Notorious RBG (originally bestowed upon her by an NYU law student), Ginsburg doesn’t shy away from the notoriety or pop culture currency her nearly 25 years on the court have brought (though in October 2016 she said she’d never seen Kate McKinnon’s portrayal of her on Saturday Night Live).

Justice Ginsburg allowed the filmmakers, who worked on the project for three years, into her chambers and into her life outside the court.

Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.

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