Sufrażystka / Suffragette (2015) PL

SUFFRAGETTE / SUFRAŻYSTKA (2015) 

GATUNEK –  Dramat, Biograficzny, Historyczny film z lektorem

OPiS FiLMU – Bez tych kobiet historia potoczyłaby się inaczej. Sufrażystki. Wyzwolone, silne kobiety, które domagały się praw – wyborczych, moralnych, obywatelskich. Najpierw publicznie lekceważone i wyśmiewane, później uznane za zagrożenie dla świętości rodziny, honoru mężczyzn i porządku świata, a nawet praw boskich. Aresztowane, napiętnowane, więzione. To ich walka w końcu XIX i na początku XX wieku doprowadziła do przyznania im praw wyborczych. To ich walka zmieniła historię XX wieku, rozpoczynając ruchy emancypacyjne i przemiany społeczne.

Bez tych kobiet historia potoczyłaby się inaczej. Sufrażystki. Wyzwolone, silne kobiety, które domagały się praw – wyborczych, moralnych, obywatelskich. Najpierw publicznie lekceważone i wyśmiewane, później uznane za zagrożenie dla świętości rodziny, honoru mężczyzn i porządku świata, a nawet praw boskich. Aresztowane, napiętnowane, więzione. To ich walka w końcu XIX i na początku XX wieku doprowadziła do przyznania im praw wyborczych. To ich walka zmieniła historię XX wieku, rozpoczynając ruchy emancypacyjne i przemiany społeczne.
PLOT – Maud Watts (Carey Mulligan) is a 24-year-old laundress. While delivering a package one day she is caught up in a suffragette riot involving smashing windows where she recognizes one of her co-workers, Violet Miller (Anne-Marie Duff). Later, Alice Haughton (Romola Garai) the wife of an MP, encourages the women from the laundry to speak out to parliament and give testimony in order to secure the right to vote. Violet is the one who offers to testify, however she is beaten by her abusive husband and subsequently Maud is the one who testifies. Maud is energized by her testimony and goes with Violet and other women to see if women have been given the right to vote. When she learns that they have not the police officers turn on the women and begin beating them. Maud is caught up in the crowd and is arrested for a week. While in jail she meets Emily Davison, a confidant of Emmeline Pankhurst.

Returning home Maud faces social stigma from her neighbours and co-workers. She promises her husband Sonny to stay away from the suffragettes. However, Maud is invited to a secret rally to hear Pankhurst speak. While there she has a brief exchange with Pankhurst after which she is detained by the police again who drop her off in front of her home. This time her husband throws her out on the street. Maud struggles to see her son despite her husband’s objections and continues to work until her picture is printed in the newspaper as a known suffragette. Maud is then fired and reaching a breaking point, takes an iron and burns the hand of her male supervisor (who has been sexually abusing her and other young girls in the laundry for years). The police are called and Inspector Steed (Brendan Gleeson) allows her to leave and offers her an opportunity to inform on the other members of her cell. Maud refuses.

Sonny continues to bar Maud from seeing their son and she eventually learns that as he has been ostracized by the community he no longer feels capable of taking care of their child. He gives their son Georgie up for adoption. With no family ties Maud becomes more and more radical and is involved in the bombing of mailboxes and the cutting of telegraph wires. However, the police begin to pressure the newspapers to drop the story and the suffragettes feel that they must do more drastic activities in order to gain attention for their cause. The women decide to attend the Epsom Derby where King George V will be in attendance in order to step in front of the cameras and unfurl their pro-suffrage banners. However, the day of the event only Maud and Emily Davison are able to make the event. When they are blocked off from the area where King George V is standing Emily decides that they must carry on anyway. While the race is in flight Emily steps onto the track and Maud witnesses as she is trampled to death. Suffragette Maud later joins in her funeral procession, and the film ends by revealing women’s rights were recognised in Britain in 1928. Scrolling text reveal other countries who followed suit to the present day.

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