WHO’S IN IT?
Imelda Staunton (Vera Drake), Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner), Celia Imrie (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), Joanna Lumley (The Wolf of Wall Street), David Hayman (Viceroy’s House), John Sessions (Gangs of New York), Josie Lawrence (Enchanted April), Indra Ové (Interview with the Vampire), Sian Thomas (Vanity Fair)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Richard Loncraine (Wimbledon), director; Meg Leonard (film debut) and Nick Moorcroft (Burke and Hare) , writers, producers; Andrew Berg (Urban Hymn), John Sachs (Urban Hymn), James Spring (Crooked House) and Charlotte Walls (Dread), producers; Michael J. McEvoy (Me and Orson Welles), composer; John Pardue (The Bunker), cinematographer; Johnny Daukes (film debut), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
After years of living in luxury, “Lady” Sandra Abbott (Staunton) discovers that her husband (Sessions) has been cheating on her with her best friend (Lawrence). She seeks refuge in the flat of her estranged older sister Bif (Imrie), and struggles to adjust to her new life, until Bif takes her to a local community dance class, where she meets some new friends including Charlie (Spall), Jackie (Lumley) and Ted (Hayman), and discovers a whole new lease of life and love…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A wonderful cast of actors light up the screen in this light-hearted and enjoyable romp that should get you dancing along in no time.