The film now known as Made in Dagenham was originally titled 'We Want Sex'*, and the reason behind that is a real-life incident that's portrayed in the film - and, indeed, in this exclusive clip below.
The story's all about the struggle for equal pay for equal work in 1968, led by female workers in Ford's Dagenham plant. Sally Hawkins plays Rita O'Grady, a leader of the protest, with Miranda Richardson as government minister Barbara Castle. It also stars Bob Hoskins, Rosamund Pile, Daniel Mays, Andrea Riseborough and Jaime Winstone (in the short shorts here).
And here's why it was nearly called We Want Sex until the London Underground* got a little worried: