ISO Standard biopic about a subject which seems dead and buried in modern society. But then at the end there as so many dates which are very recent. The future is here, just not evenly distributed.
If course the union that supports the Woman’s suffrage movement is seemingly relegated to nothingness. No need to introduce another angle to their demands, or the film would be too contemporary.
Meryl Streep has a single Evita Péron speech then scurries away to whatever hole she was hiding in.