I haven't seen it yet, but the premise is interesting. I particularly like that this is a British film. I find most stories of financial struggle tend to be Americanized, meaning they tend to follow preset formula in terms of story as prescribed by Hollywood, and that takes away from the realness of that struggle in my opinion. I may check this movie out. Thanks Finy :)
No, I haven't seen this movie, so I hope it will be shown at our local art gallery next year, (in 2017) as they show 'arthouse' films. I enjoy British movies, over American ones. We only go there to see our movies, & as we're Friends of the Gallery, we only pay $35 a year, instead of $45 a year, every week, except during the school holidays. The same movie is shown 4 times during the week, so you have a choice of 3 days to see it. as it's shown twice on 1 of the days.