Sandra (Imelda Staunton) and her husband are set to retire in a nice home and quiet life when she discovers her husband has been having an affair with one of her friends. Sandra moves out and into the home of her sister Bif (Celia Imrie) with whom she has had a distant relationship. Bif belongs to a dance club, and she convinces Sandra to attend with her. The film is about how Sandra moves beyond her marriage. The film is sweet; there is nothing really earth-shattering here, just a nice story about women and the quest to find healthy relationships. Timothy Spall has a nice role as Bif’s dance group friend Charlie, and Joanna Lumley as Jackie, another dance club friend. Thumbs up for a film that tells a nice story with a stellar cast of British actors and actresses who I think keep the film from getting overly mired and sappy. I don’t think this is one to rush out to the theaters to see, but it would make a nice date-night type movie (at least for the “older set”).