I could hardly believe the director of The Full Monty was involved in this uninspired production. Not a single politically correct stone is left unturned, while we follow:
- Gay, sensitive guy, whose mum died at the same time of Diana
- Fierce, unhappily married Muslim woman, who stands up to looser husband
- Ambitious journalist on his honeymoon in Paris, who get chastised for trying to get a scoop and a career out of the most important news of his time
- Spunky, loud-mouthed Glasgow female florist, who thinks to exploit the situation selling flowers down in London, but ends up donating everything during the funeral
Good to know that Diana's death and her "example" emboldened all these people, except the nasty journalist.
Unfortunately, in the 20 + years since, the exploitation of real and fake news just got much worse and the only winners are those digging in the dirt.