I'd like to give it a five star rating for the content and portrayal of the women's movement but I can't due to the quality of the film. I missed some of the conversation due to accents and poor sound quality. I will see it again to see if I can improve on understanding more of the conversations now that I know the story. It is a film that should be used as part of high school English or history classes. A realistic reminder of how far western society has come in just over one hundred plus years.
Very good portrayal of the struggle for women's enfranchisement in England.
Couldn't see half the action because most of it is filmed too closely - lots of blurs!
Running Time: 106 min.
October 30, 2015 - Toronto
February 2, 2016
based on 28 votes and 3 reviews
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