WHO’S IN IT?
Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient), Sharon Horgan (Game Night), Jason Flemyng (Shifty), Greg Wise (A Private War), Emma Lowndes (This Little Life), Gaby French (film debut), Lara Rossi (Anchor and Hope), Amy James-Kelly (film debut), India Ria Amarteifio (film debut), Laura Checkley (Bridget Jones’s Baby), Sophie Dix (Offending Angels), Beverley Longhurst (Shooting Clerks), Karen Sampford (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Peter Cattaneo (The Full Monty), director; Rosanne Flynn (The Labyrinth) and Rachel Tunnard (Adult Life Skills), writers; Rory Aitken (Welcome to the Punch), Ben Pugh (In Darkness) and Piers Tempest (The Wife), producers; Lorne Balfe (Geostorm), composer; Hubert Taczanowski (My Little Eye), cinematographer; Anne Sopel (Son of Man) and Lesley Walker (Mamma Mia!), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
A group of women, all of whom have partners serving in Afghanistan, form a support group for each other to help cope with their missing other halves. Soon, they decide to start the very first choir made up of military wives, which throws them into the media spotlight and also serves as a place of comfort when some of them receive devastating news…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
In the wake of last year’s surprise box office hit Fisherman’s Friends comes the heart-warming story of how music and singing helps a group of women cope while their other halves are off at war.