Suffragette (2015)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 46 mins

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In late 19th and early 20th century, the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement were forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse with an increasingly brutal state in the quest for equal rights.

Cast: Anne Marie Duff, Ben Whishaw, Brendan Gleeson, Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter, Meryl Streep

Crew: Sarah Gavron (Director), Eduard Grau (Director of Photography), Alexandre Desplat (Music Director)

Rating: PG13 (Singapore)

Genres: Drama, History

Release Dates: 31 Dec 2015 (Singapore)

Tagline: Never give up

English Name: Suffragette

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Did you know? Helena Bonham Carter is the great-granddaughter of H.H. Asquith, who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1908 to 1916, during the height of the suffrage movement. He was a staunch opponent of votes for women Read More
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as Violet Miller
as Sonny Watts
as Inspector Arthur Steed
as Maud Watts
as Edith Ellyn
as Emmeline Pankhurst
as Racegoer 2
as George Watts
as Mr. Cummins
as David Lloyd George
Supporting Actress
as Upper Class Gentleman
as Suffragette
as Miss Withers
as Mrs. Baxter
as Elegant Suffragette
as Middle Class Suffragette
as Elegant woman
as Jujitsu Lady
as Suffragette
as Superintendent James Burrill
as Committee Member
as Racecourse Attendant
as Male Laundry Worker
as Suffragette
as Hugh Ellyn
as Norman Taylor
as Maggie Miller
as Middle Class Suffragette
as Prison Officer
as Racegoer 1
as Journalist
as Woman Prisoner
as Epsom Groundsman
as Prison Doctor
as Female Prison Guard
as Upper Class Suffragette
as Mrs. Drayton
as Mrs. Coleman
as Senior Minister
as Mr. Drayton
as Detective Malcolm Walsop
as Emily Wilding Davison
as Government Minister
as Mrs. Lewis
as Churchill, Cabinet Minister
as Alice Haughton
as House of Commons Clerk
as Benedict Haughton
as Mrs. Garston
as Miss Samson
as King George V
as Landlady


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Never give up
Find your voice
Deeds not words
Inspired by the women who inspired the world
Women unite
Do something. Change something
Change starts now!
The time is now
Mothers. Daughters. Rebels.
Factual Mistake
When the suffragettes are within the Central Lobby of the Houses of Parliament, several railings can be viewed on the windows in the background. These were not added to the windows until 1917, 5 years after the film is set, in tribute to the suffragettes who chained themselves to them in 1908. The railings used to be situated in the Ladies Gallery of the Commons but were removed so as to prevent similar political protests at the time
The stars of the film continued giving interviews and meeting fans as the activists chanted "Dead women can't vote" and "We are suffragettes". Interviewed at the premiere, Helena Bonham Carter said: "I'm glad our film has done something. That's exactly what it's there for," adding that the protest was the "perfect" response to the film

At the London premiere, feminist direct action group Sisters Uncut jumped the barriers and staged a lie-in on the red carpet to protest against cuts to domestic violence services, declaring "the battle isn't over yet"

Helen Pankhurst, the great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst, and her daughter Laura have small roles in the film

Emmeline Pankhurst, the leader of the British suffragette movement who helped women win the right to vote, was born and raised in Moss Side, Manchester England. In 1999, Time Magazine named her as one of the top 100 most important people of the 20th Century

This was the first film that was allowed to be shot in the British Houses of Parliament since the 1950s

Helena Bonham Carter is the great-granddaughter of H.H. Asquith, who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1908 to 1916, during the height of the suffrage movement. He was a staunch opponent of votes for women
Filming Start Date:
24 Feb 2014