Die 6B im Kino: "Suffragette"

veröffentlicht um 16.05.2016, 05:43 von Georg Haschek   [ aktualisiert: 16.05.2016, 05:44 ]
On the 8th of February, the 6B went to the cinema to watch the movie „Suffragette“. It is about a big group of women who fought for the right to vote. 

In the early 20th century in Britain, the cause of female suffrage was usually ignored by the press and dismissed by politicians. To gain support for their right to vote, suffragettes turned away from peaceful protest and embraced militant tactics that grew to include window breaking and arson. Their fight for equality and admission brought several sacrifices. 

We all liked the film very much and it encouraged us to consider. You can spot a lot of famous actors in the movie like Carey Mulligan, who played the role of Maud Watts, Meryl Streep as Emmeline Pankhurst and also Helena Carter Bonham played the role of a Suffragette. 
 
Sophia Lauritsch, 6B