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Cantankerous and bored octogenarian Edie (Sheila Hancock) ditches her life and family and decides to climb a mountain in Scotland in this feel-good UK drama.... More

Against her daughter’s wishes, she heads to Scotland and employs Jonny (Kevin Guthrie, Whisky Galore) to help her prepare for the gruelling climb. As the pair talk, bicker and have fun, they reveal more about their lives to each other, all set against the backdrop of the Scottish Highlands.Hide

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  • Fleeting charm and pretty packaging will leave you partially satisfied but later craving a bolder film that puts its battle-worn title character to better use. Full Review

  • Sheila Hancock shines at the centre of an inspiring, unashamedly feel-good story. Full Review

  • This well-meaning film basically retreads the old ideas about the old person who in death's encroaching shadow has one last glorious life-affirming adventure... Full Review

  • The mere concept of Hancock, as the newly liberated widow of the title, clambering around Scottish mountainsides might be enough to sustain a trailer, but it doesn't go the distance here. Full Review

  • A committed performance from the redoubtable stage and screen veteran Sheila Hancock drives the final third of this wilderness drama into sublime places. Full Review

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