London 1909, Australian actress Muriel Matters (Brooke Satchwell) makes worldwide headlines after taking to the skies under a 25-metre balloon emblazoned with 'Votes For Women'. Known as '... See full summary »

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Sonia Bible

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Sonia Bible

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Cast

Credited cast:
Eileen Darley Eileen Darley ... Prison Wardress
Cameron Goodall Cameron Goodall ... Captain Spencer
Ellonye Keniry Ellonye Keniry ... Helen Fox
Tiffany Lyndall-Knight ... Violet Tillard
Kerry Ann Reid ... Muriel's mother
Brooke Satchwell ... Muriel Matters
Steven Sheehan Steven Sheehan ... Prince Krotopkin
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London 1909, Australian actress Muriel Matters (Brooke Satchwell) makes worldwide headlines after taking to the skies under a 25-metre balloon emblazoned with 'Votes For Women'. Known as 'that daring Australian girl', Muriel Matters is inspired by playwrights, anarchists and revolutionaries to use her performance skills and bravery in the fight for women's rights. Featuring stylized drama and animation, Mariel Matters is the story of an unsung hero. Written by Sonia Bible

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Adelaide actress and suffragette Muriel Matters stormed London in 1909! See more »


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In London, Muriel Matters met the powerful 'anarchist prince' Peter Kropotkin, who rekindled her egalitarian principles when he told her "Art is not an end of life, but a means." This meeting was pivotal for Muriel, and she joined the Suffragette movement. See more »

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 October 2013 (Australia) See more »

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Muriel Matters! See more »

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16:9 HD
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