Carey Mulligan takes a star turn as Maud Watts, a mother and laundress in the early 1910 in Britain. She gets recruited to become a foot soldier in the fight for womens voting rights.
There is nothing bad I can say about this film. Excellent production values, able, professional cast and subject matter that informs.
This movie illustrates why men should get out of the way and let women rule. Women give birth, raise children and work for pennies and still they love the men they choose. Men, who think their mothers, wives, sisters and daughters are nothing more than vessels to satisfy mens needs. It pains me that over 100 years after the period in which this movie was set that men still seek to dominate, dictate to and treat as inferior the women whom give life to us all!
See this movie with your favorite woman/women and show them you care.
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