— [http://goo.gl/9KXSE6] Suffragette: the right of women to vote ..._______________________Suffragette (2015) - Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan.



:: RT: Suffragette' feminist insight ▶ http://goo.gl/9KXSE6 ◀ the subjugation of women extends from the highest reaches of government through the workplace and into the domestic sphere. They have no voice in Parliament, on the factory floor or at home, and while nobody supposes that the vote will solve everything, it will at least be a start. | #VoteMatters #Suffragette #WomensRights #MerylStreep


The film pointedly tells an unfinished story, one that ends on a bittersweet, equivocal note. It takes place in 1912, at an important moment in the British suffragist movement and very much in the middle of the long journey toward equality. Agitation for the vote had been going on for decades, and the franchise would not be extended fully to women until 1928. In “Suffragette,” demonstrators fill the streets of London and militants carry out acts of vandalism, smashing windows and blowing up mailboxes. The chancellor of the Exchequer, David Lloyd George, holds hearings on a parliamentary amendment. The cause of voting rights is embodied by Emmeline Pankhurst, who is seen in newspaper photographs and briefly seen in the person of Meryl Streep.


Movies about the injustices of the past — and about the struggles to overcome them — are frequently prisoners of their own good intentions. Too often, attempts to illuminate the dark parts of history cast a complacent, flattering light on the present and turn history into a morality play or a horror show. The audience is invited to look back at how terrible things used to be and reflect on how much better they are now. The note of hard-won triumph that comes in the final scenes has the effect of tying up loose ends and suppressing uncomfortable continuities. —By A. O. SCOTTOCT. 22, 2015.

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‘Suffragette’ | Anatomy of a Scene w/ Director Sarah Gavron: she narrates a sequence from her film “Suffragette,” featuring Carey Mulligan.




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Suffragette Press Conference in Full - Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan, Abi Morgan:


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“Suffragette” is rated PG-13 (Parents strongly cautioned). Violence, domestic and public. Running time: 1 hour 47 minutes.

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