Saw the film at the London Film Festival this morning. Powerful, touching, inspiring with a superb central performance from Carrie Mulligan as Maud. Pankhurst is seen as a peripheral figure, pulling the strings from the shadows. The film tells the story of the women on the ground who fought and suffered to win votes for women in UK. It has a superb score by Alexandre Desplat, much of it gorgeously low key but with some highly dramatic cues. CD is released on 23rd October in UK (same day as Thomas Newman's SPECTRE.