• Released
  • October 23, 2015
  • (Limited NY/LA; 10/6 additional cities)
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 46 min
  • Drama
Suffragette Synopsis
The stirring story centers on Maud, a working wife and mother whose life is forever changed when she is secretly recruited to join the U.K.’s growing suffragette movement.
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Movie Reviews

Suffragette Was Well Acted, But Often Harrowing

By bentley_stone
It was a grim picture of a woman's life in London in 1912 and portrayed men in an unflattering light. Excellent acting and a compelling story that was often brutal and hard to watch. For adults....


By nicolaweiskopf
Excellent movie capturing a significant time in the fight for equal rights for women. The actors were phenomenal and the drama wasn't overdone. Powerful without being grandiose....


By ahippielivinginatech
I am a huge Streep fan. In addition to this I am a second wave feminist who is frustrated that the history of women is left out of K-12 education. I drove 1.5 hours, paid $12 for parking, $9.25 for...

Carey mulligan is the reason you go

By matthewwaynehaas
it's a solid movie for sure but u go for carey mulligan. she gives a fantastic performance. will get a lot of nominations. gleesen & Bonham Carter were also fantastic....


By careygraeber
A must see look into the untold history of women's emancipation. Excellent from writing to directing to acting....


By helmsdeep9
Can't believe they made a movie glorifying people who bombed government buildings and property like a bunch of terrorists. Historically speaking, it took 10 years longer for men to receive the right...

Wonderfully inspiring

By mlbc13

cinematographic disaster

By aido3
This film was probably one of the worst i've seen in a long time. The amazing cast's performance, and subject matter, was destroyed by a harrowing erratic filming style throughout the film. A...


By photopatt
Great movie with lots of history....


By mistywind
Story, presentation, acting superior. However, I just could not understand 10% or note of the dialog because of heavy accents....

More Info

Rated PG-13 | For Some intense violence, thematic elements, brief strong language and partial
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Eye-opening drama about equality raises big questions.
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