The director of smash-hit 1997 movie The Full Monty is back - but this time with a comedy about an all-female choir.
Military Wives, directed by Peter Cattaneo and starring Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan, tells the story of a ragtag group of a women who come together as their partners serve in Afghanistan.
Together they form the very first military wives' choir, helping each other through some of life's most difficult moments and also becoming a media sensation and global movement in the process.
Kate (Scott Thomas) is the perfect officer's wife who finds freedom in song, and persuades other women on the base to form the choir. Newcomer Lisa (Hogan) who is the outspoken manager of the base's convenience store is initially sceptical, but eventually comes around to the choir's friendship, humour and courage through the power of singing.
The British feelgood comedy is inspired by the true-life global phenomenon the Military Wives Choir movement which started in 2010 when UK-based partners of those deployed in Afghanistan set up choirs.
Military Wives, in cinemas March 12.
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