A generally unremarkable British comedy, it is however not too poorly done in itself, with a few amusing bits. Yolande Donlan is the perfect choice to play her character: she adds some sparks with her liveliness, and also to its virtue, the film begins with a montage sequence that provides a feel for the setting quite well. The music used is applied in a clichéd manner, the story lacks credibility, and some characters are plain silly too, but these are not aspects that really bring the film below average. It is dreary at times and never hilarious, but overall it is worth a look, with some good moments to be had along the way.
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