Enola Holmes: Nobody Explicitly Says What the Reform Bill Is, but We Can Decipher the Clues

Enola Holmes: Nobody Explicitly Says What the Reform Bill Is, but We Can Decipher the Clues
Enola Holmes is perhaps one of the most charming family-friendly films Netflix has recently dropped. The movie, which premiered on Sept. 23, follows the adventures of Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown) - the younger sister of famed detective Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and government official Mycroft (Sam Claflin). She sets out to find her mother, Eudoria (Helena Bonham Carter), who disappeared on her 16th birthday, leaving her nothing but money and a cipher decoder. During the escapade, Enola meets a young runaway nobleman named Viscount Tewksbury (Louis Partridge) and helps him evade the assassin Linthorn (Burn Gorman). While Eudoria's disappearance and the mystery surrounding Tewksbury's murderous stalker seem unrelated at first, it becomes clear that they're connected by one thing: the suffrage movement.

Throughout the movie, which takes place in 1884, there are several references to a reform bill. Although they never directly say what the bill is, there are a handful of
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