"A sunny, feel-good, female buddy movie" was how Allan Hunter of Screen International described this film. And it is just that. Delightful, easy and charming. The climactic sequence in a village hall in Norfolk wherein the heroine triumvirate take part in a talent contest contains some memorable comedic moments in the best traditions of the Boulting Brothers. Gentle comedy moves effortlessly into broad comedy and thence into farce. The cast is full of familiar faces from British film and TV - most notably Sara Crowe, Nadia Sawalha, Leslie Phillips, Paul Shelley and Nickolas Grace. All are terrific.
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