The FeckenOdeon Cinema Society


2018 -  Dir.: Richard Loncraine - HD Digital presentation

For a film as ostensibly bouncy as “Finding Your Feet,” there’s an awful lot of death in it. That’s no bad thing. As Richard Loncraine’s good-natured golden-years comedy zips through zero weddings and a couple of funerals, the light pressure of mortality on proceedings gives an otherwise silly, sentimental affair a glancing connection with real life and its limits: It’s the kind of feelgood cinema that at least pays lip service to other feelings. Starring Imelda Staunton as a wronged society wife forced to drop her airs and gain some oxygen when she moves in with her freewheeling boho sister (a sparkling Celia Imrie), “Feet” rests pleasantly enough on its mild Sunday-lunch charms and the unstrained gifts of a quality ensemble. It’s easy to poke holes in its conservative conventionality right down to its final, unfashionable freeze-frame. Yet it’s harder to think of many other vehicles that would let Timothy Spall woo Imelda Staunton in his own shambling way, or allow Celia Imrie to show us her moves as a no-strings seductress.



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