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||IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 from PG-13 votes
||Release: 12 October 2015 (UK) /
||Genre: Biography, Drama, History
||Stars: Adam Michael Dodd, Adam Nagaitis, Amanda Lawrence, Anne-Marie Duff, Ben Whishaw, Carey Mulligan, Drew Edwards, Finbar Lynch, Geoff Bell, Grace Stottor, Helena Bonham Carter, Lorraine Stanley, Romola Garai, Sarah Finigan, Shelley Longworth
||Synopsis: A drama that tracks the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement, women who were forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse with an increasingly brutal State. These women were not primarily from the genteel educated classes, they were working women who had seen peaceful protest achieve nothing. Radicalized and turning to violence as the only route to change, they were willing to lose everything in their fight for equality - their jobs, their homes, their children and their lives. Maud was one such foot soldier. The story of her fight for dignity is as gripping and visceral as any thriller, it is also heart-breaking and inspirational. Written by Production
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Whilst most men would agree that giving women the vote was a dreadful
mistake (put that stone down ladies
. it's just a joke), the
astonishing story behind the UK social upheaval that was the
Suffragette movement is well overdue a serious cinematic treatment. And
a serious treatment Sarah Gavron's new film most certainly is: you exit
the cinema feeling about as wrung out as the linen in the heroine
Maud's workhouse-style laundry.
Carey Mulligan plays Maud Watts, an ordinary and anonymous working
woman who progressively gets sucked into the anarchic rabble-rousing of
an East-end branch of the Pankhurst's Women's Social and Political
Union (WSPU). With operations run out of a chemist's shop by Edith
Ellyn (Helena Bonham Carter) and her sympathetic husband, Maud risks a
criminal record and the shame associated with that to pursue her
ideals. Police pressure is applied by special forces copper Arthur
Steed (Harry Potter's Brendan Gleeson) and personal pressure is put on
her by her husband (played by Ben Whishaw, soon to be seen again as
'Q') and her alleged fitness to be a mother to their young son George
(Adam Michael Dodd). As politicians continue to ignore the issue, the
actions build to one of the most historic events of the period.
The struggle is seen very much through the limited prism of this select
group of women. But where I really liked this film is in the slow
awakening of Maud's character. In many ways it is like the germination
of a seed that we are seeing on the screen. She starts without any
interest in the movement and even mid-way through the film she is
adamant that she is "not a suffragette", despite evidence to the
contrary. Mulligan is, as always, completely brilliant in the role.
The supporting cast are all strong with Gleeson being particularly
watchable as the lawman with a grudging respect for Maud and her cause.
Meryl Streep makes a powerful cameo as Emily Pankhurst: but it is a
short and sweet performance. Maud's friend Violet (Anne-Marie Duff) is
also outstanding, her gaunt face delivering a haunting performance.
Whilst there are some highly emotionally charged scenes in the film, in
a political sense the film has a curious lack of passion at times. A
keynote speech to Lloyd George for example should have been electric -
yet the Abi Morgan's script doesn't quite do the scene justice and if I
was the MP I wouldn't have been impressed (which perhaps was the
I also had issues with some of the cinematography. Carey Mulligan has
such an expressive and photogenic face that extreme close ups should
work brilliantly. And yet filming it with a hand-held camera produces a
constantly shifting image which was extremely distracting. Elsewhere in
the art department though 1912 London is beautifully recreated, through
both special effects, costume and make-up.
Alexandre Desplat delivers a touching score with a clever underlying
drumbeat of change.
Suffragette is a solid historical drama, that tells an important social
a tale that graphically illustrates how much the world has really
changed, and changed for the better, in a mere hundred years. Above
all, the film concludes with the astounding fact that Switzerland only
gave women the vote in 1971 (and in fact with one canton holding out on
local issues until 1991). Shameful!
(Please find the full graphical review at bob-the-movie-man.com and
sign up to receive future reviews).
Tags for Suffragette Full Movie
Adam Michael Dodd
, Adam Nagaitis
, Amanda Lawrence
, Anne-Marie Duff
, Ben Whishaw
, Carey Mulligan
, Drew Edwards
, Finbar Lynch
, Geoff Bell
, Grace Stottor
, Helena Bonham Carter
, Lorraine Stanley
, Romola Garai
, Sarah Finigan
, Shelley Longworth
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