PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
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.
Meryl Streep described Helena Bonham Carter as a bundle of laughs. During the shoot many scenes were ruined when the actresses were giggling uncontrollably. Carey Mulligan said this laughter was much needed during the shoot of such a serious film.
Your mother's name is Maud Watts. Don't forget that name. Because, I'll be waiting for you to find me. Will you find me George? Don't forget it.
When Maud seeks out her son in the street after her husband has banished her, George spots her and runs up. She scoops him up into her arms and we see the soles of his shoes, which have modern plastic soles with the maker's embossing on them.
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