It's 1940, Britain is at war and the Ministry of Information are embarking on a propaganda film to rally the spirits of the population.
Enter Catrin (Gemma Arterton) who thought she was applying for a secretarial job but soon finds herself writing dialogue.
With its funny observations and a scene-stealing performance from Bill Nighy, this is a delightful romantic comedy from the director of 'An Education'.
★★★★ "A funny, winning, beautifully acted ode to working women and cinema" - Ian Freer, Empire
★★★★ "A thoroughly rewarding film" - Robbie Collin, The Telegraph
★★★★ "It’s a film cheerfully in love with the conjuring tricks and artifice of cinema" - Peter Bradshaw's Film of the Week, The Guardian