New Delhi: Art imitates life and this appears to be the case with cinema as films with female protagonists seem to have attained relevance, says \Love Sonia\ producer David Womark.
The #MeToo movement is on the cusp of completing its first anniversary and the filmmaker calls the upswing \rewarding\.
\Filmmaking reflects society whenever there is big change.
If you go to the `70s at the time of Vietnam War, the American filmmaking revolution (with) hippies smoking pot, liberation, freedom of thought and now were going through another big transformation.
\I saw `NH-10` and I enjoyed it.
So there is an action picture with a women kicking some bu**, which is fun to see because it`s a variety and it`s commercial.
But I think it`s also uplifting to see that all of a sudden a genre where you`re seeing the world through the eyes of the female protagonist.
It is relevant, effective and rewarding,\ Womark told PTI in an interview.
Directed by Tabrez Noorani, \Love Sonia\,