I think one thing that keeps a film relevant is its message. You can have a strong cast, director, writer, and crew, but when the lights come up and the movie has ended, you hope it leaves a strong enough impression that keeps you thinking about it. It also helps if the film’s message coincides with something going on in society at the time, and that’s what we get here with Suffragette.
Sleeping with Other People. That’s a thing you do after you’re done sleeping with another person, right?