This was not only a very acurate retelling of the story of suffragettes, it was also a very emotional and arty film. While the acting and plot line was great, there was a severe lack of good music, but you can’t have everything. I considered this to be very respectful of the suffragette cause and am interested to know what the acceptance will be like in countries in which women still do not have the right to vote. I cannot talk about this movie without talking about its cast, with Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham-Carter, and Meryl Streep, this has quite the cast list.
As this is a historical ‘semi-non-fiction’ with a title of Suffragette, I doubt that this is really necessary.
No real problems that I could spot (I do have a rather limited knowledge about the era in which the film is set).
Artistic impression: 🌟🌟🌟⭐️