Saturday, January 16, 2016


I worked the early shift at work today, so that I was able to meet some besties and head to the movies.  We went to see Suffragette, a story focusing on Maud a young wife and mother who works all day in a laundry and after accidentally getting caught up in a Suffragette protest, decides to find out what the movement is all about.  It was a bit of a grim watch and made us ladies grateful for the independent  lives we are able to live without having to be told what to do.  No light comedic moments in this movie, but I did like the realistic touches.  The worn clothes and naturalistic make up and hair styles as opposed to the Downton posh polished style we have become used to seeing.  This is the sweaty look of a poor honest working girl.  3/5

No comments: