Finding Your Feet

Feb 06, 18 Finding Your Feet

I have 10 double passes for the preview screening of FINDING YOUR FEET, 6:30pm, Tuesday 13 February, at New Farm Cinemas

For your chance to win a double pass, answer the question below:

“What is your favourite song to dance to?”

Put your answer on Twitter, Instagram (with the hashtag #FindingYourFeet, tagging @reviewbrisbane), Facebook, or below!

In Cinemas FEBRUARY 22
But see it first, at the preview screening!


When ‘Lady’ Sandra Abbott (Imelda Staunton) discovers that her husband of forty years is having an affair with her best friend, she seeks refuge with her estranged, bohemian, older sister Bif (Celia Imrie). Sandra couldn’t be more different to her outspoken, serial dating, free spirited sibling.

But it turns out different is just what Sandra needs and she reluctantly lets Bif drag her along to her community dance class, where gradually she starts finding her feet… and romance.

Featuring a star studded cast including Imelda Staunton, Celia Imrie, Timothy Spall, Joanna Lumley and David Hayman, FINDING YOUR FEET is a hilarious and heart-warming modern comedy proving that it’s never too late to start again.

Winner of the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at Palm Springs International Film Festival 2018

Thanks to EOne ANZ


  1. Adrienne McDarra /

    Favourite song to dance to?
    “Love is in the Air”

  2. Finding Your Feet is a happy story. The mature aged, well known and loved actors (Celia Imrie, Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall, Joanna Lumley) are all admirable.
    The movie is set in the 1950s when social mores were about ‘doing the right thing’. It was assumed wives would stay home and vacuum and cook and that’s what ‘Lady’ Sandra Abbott (Staunton) did until she discovered her husband of forty years is having an affair; she leaves him and goes to stay with her older sister, Bif (Imrie), in London where she behaves like a snobbish pain in the neck to her sister and her sister’s friends. Eventually she becomes engrossed in the activities of a dancing group her sister belongs to, loses her inhibitions, and joins in the fun. She also learns to be less judgemental of her long suffering and compassionate new acquaintances.
    Even when the characters are unhappy because of problems and difficulties, the movie still has an upbeat mood. It really is a delightful story about a group of elderly dancers who have a ball doing what they love with a very strong ‘take it or leave it’ attitude to life and a very pronounced fondness and tolerance for their friends and peers. If you’re looking for a light hearted and cheerful, engaging movie, don’t miss this one. It’s a delight.

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