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An unpolished gem.
Quirky British comedy about mistaken identity, sisterhood and poetry.
Fans of Ben Wheatley's Sightseers will be glad to see Alice Lowe turn up in this British comedy of mistaken identity and bad poetry. That's about as far as the similarities between the two films go, alas.
Amid the not always totally successful comedy, it has an underlying warmth and sweetness that creeps up on you and makes you glad you stayed with it.
The ending turns soggy. But until then it passes the time divertingly enough.
It's fairly obvious that the cast and crew began making this film with only the thinnest outline of a plot and characters, because the story feels like it was made up as they went along.
As vacuous and irritatingly pretentious as its assembled luminaries.
I can't see many people trekking to the cinema to see this but if you stumbled across it on TV you'd feel really chuffed.
Awkward encounters, social embarrassment and shameless flirtations ensue in an uneven mixture of satire and farce.
None of the ensemble interplay quite gels here.
A tasty treat of gentle but wise humor, full of as much sympathy but also tough love for its messed-up sisters as they are for each other.
Daft, implausible and occasionally meandering but all good fun.
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