WHO’S IN IT?
Beattie Edmondson (Bridget Jones’s Baby), Gemma Jones (Sense and Sensibility), Cherie Lunghi (The Mission), Ed Skrein (Deadpool), Jennifer Saunders (Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie), Emily Atack (Dad’s Army), Emilia Jones (Brimstone), Tom Bennett (Love and Friendship), Meera Syal (Absolutely Anything), Peter Davison (Parting Shots), Milanka Brooks (Diagnosis Superstar), Adrian Scarborough (On Chesil Beach), Bernard Cribbins (The Railway Children)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Mandie Fletcher (Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie), director, writer; Vanessa Davies (film debut) and Paul de Vos (film debut), writers, producers; Sue Latimer (film debut) and James Spring (Finding Your Feet), producers; Michael Price (Wild Target), composer; Chris Goodger (Kajaki), cinematographer; Matthew Tucker (de Vil’s tas Mania), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Sarah Francis (Edmondson) is a young woman struggling to sort her life out, and finds that it is made much more difficult when her late grandmother bequeaths her spoiled pug Patrick to her. At first, Sarah is unable to cope with the existence of a dog in her flat, but soon finds that the little dog is beginning to change her life for the better…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Pug-lovers are bound to be entranced by the feel-good and family-friendly hijinks that the one in this movie gets up to, which should make this a nice little surprise for most people going to see it.