Admittedly Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga has some moments you could be forgiven for fast-forwarding, just let the glitter and the Euro-tunes wash over you. This is a film about chasing your dreams and believing in yourself
My Fiona will break your heart and put it back together again. This is a beautifully filmed portrayal of grief, family and learning how to live again.
Grab your squad, get the glitter, a disgusting amount of cinema snacks and hit the pictures. It is 1hr47 mins of pure leg breaking fun and catharsis.
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