Protesters Disrupt London Premiere Of 'Suffragette'
Protesters from Sisters Uncut chanted and held signs that read "Dead women can't vote" in a demonstration to bring attention to domestic violence.By Samantha Crook | October 8, 2015
More than 100 protesters stormed the "Suffragette" movie premiere in London on Wednesday.
The movie, starring Meryl Streep, is a drama about securing women's right to vote in the U.K. The protest was organized by feminist group Sisters Uncut as a way to bring attention to domestic violence.
During the premiere, protesters chanted and held signs that said, "Dead women can't vote." Some protesters actually lay down in the middle of the red carpet.