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Grumpy Old Women at Christmas (2004)

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One of the best British Doco's ever
18 December 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Christmas, we all have different opinions on it. Weather it's our religious beliefs or not, they'res no escaping it. This is a documentary that tackles what Christmas REALLY means to women who have families to look after. The relatives, bad presents, spoiled children, Christmas decorations and lists. Although this is a British documentary, the statement is universal and spoken in a funny and realistic way. I am an Aussie so didn't recognize the women in this program, they are celebrities though. But it still makes for some entertaining viewing. I defy anyone brave enough to play it while having Chirstmas lunch or dinner with their family. Definitely a guilty pleasure, a must watch. Happy Holidays Brett.


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