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As others reviewers point out this is very, very loosely based on the fact that Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret were allowed out to join the celebrations on VE day incognito. In this film Margaret is separated from the escorts and is swept along to various clubs and parties n London, while Elizabeth, assisted initially unwillingly by a surly airman Jack, tries to track her down. Whilst Margaret is played largely for laughs, Elizabeth's is a slightly more serious role and her interaction with Jack is effectively developed. It is a fun film and a very light watch.
A lightweight, largely inoffensive entertainment. It suffers, however, from the mild and unavoidable irritation of a new generation speaking to older ones about matters which they have no direct knowledge. These things are best left to history when everyone who does know is dead.
Not a bad film, has entertaining parts. Clearly not very much based in reality, but I suppose that can't really be expected. Wasn't sure how they were going to make a whole film out of it at the beginning but they managed it fairly well. A decent watch but I probably wouldn't watch it again.