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> A revolution that fought within a nation, within a race, within a family.

Biographical movies are always fascinating. If it is not something worthy, the movie would have not taken up the shape. It was a very good movie, and a very important historical subject. It has been 100 years since and now the world we live-in is much different and better. I think after thousands of years, now the women got their freedom.

I thought I knew this story very well, but it was ‘Made in Dagenham’ which is quite similar to this which is also based on the real. Both the stories take place 50 years apart, but this one was the beginning of a new era for women, not without sacrifices and sufferings.

Great actors, great actings, awesome storytelling, cinematography at its best, direction was amazing and the music was so pleasant, but the method of dealing was a bit gruesome, and sometimes brutal. I thought the terrorism is a new word, but this movie gives a different perspective and meaning to that.

You would definitely love this film if you respect women. All women cast movie, including the director, but for everyone. It might have begun in the UK, but the entire planet saw a drastic change and still taking place in some places. I don’t see any reason why I should not recommend it to you.

8/10
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Suffragette (2015)
Rating: 6.9/10 (30,767 votes)
Director: Sarah Gavron
Writer: Abi Morgan
Stars: Anne-Marie Duff Grace Stottor Geoff Bell Carey Mulligan
Runtime: 106 min
Rated: PG-13
Genre: Biography Drama History
Released: 12 Oct 2015
Plot: In 1912 London, a young working mother is galvanized into radical political activism supporting the right for women to vote, and is willing to meet violence with violence to achieve this end.