WHO’S IN IT?
Dan Stevens (Beauty and the Beast), Isla Fisher (Wedding Crashers), Leslie Mann (This Is 40), Judi Dench (Iris), Julian Rhind-Tutt (Rush), Emilia Fox (The Devil’s Harvest), Dave Johns (I, Daniel Blake), James Fleet (The Spy Who Dumped Me), Adil Ray (film debut), Michele Dotrice (Starfish), Aimee-Ffion Edwards (Queen and Country), Delroy Atkinson (Enola Holmes), Stella Stocker (The Good Liar)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Edward Hall (film debut), director; Meg Leonard (Finding Your Feet) and Nick Moorcroft (Burke and Hare), writers, producers; Piers Ashworth (Fisherman’s Friends), writer; Hilary Bevan Jones (The Boat That Rocked), Martin Metz (Mandy), Toni Pinnolis (film debut), Adrian Politowski (I Kill Giants), Peter Snell (Lady Jane) and James Spring (Patrick), producers; Simon Boswell (Shallow Grave), composer; Ed Wild (Welcome to the Punch), cinematographer; Paul Tothill (Atonement), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Charles (Stevens) is a crime novelist who has been commissioned to adapt one of his novels for the screen, but is struggling with severe writer’s block. In a desperate search for inspiration, he recruits disgraced medium Madame Arcati (Dench) to his and his wife Ruth’s (Fisher) home for a séance, where she accidentally summons the spirit of Charles’ first, deceased wife Elvira (Mann). Riddled with jealousy over Ruth, Elvira soon plots to spend eternity with Charles, no matter the cost…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The classic Noël Coward comedy is adapted once more for the big screen, bringing a lively sense of screwball slapstick that should provide light relief in these difficult times.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
FRIDAY 15TH JANUARY 2021 (AVAILABLE ON SKY CINEMA)