"It's an important film for people to see and to understand what women went through for us to have a vote," she said. "All of this award stuff is very good because it means more people will go and see it."
"Keira and I did 'Pride and Prejudice' together," Mulligan said. "We've done lots of adaptations of Dickens and Austen and things where the author's not around to tell you off if it's rubbish. So this was sort of doubly intimidating."