Our Ladies trailer: Six young women turn Edinburgh inside out for the day

The '90s revival will continue to pick up pace over the next few years to replace our long-standing obsession with the '80s, and Our Ladies is another one that sets its story back in 1996. It tells the story of a group of young women determined to enjoy your youth and the possibilities that life has in-store for them. The film has been adapted from Alan Warner's The Sopranos novel (no, not that one), which was also turned into a hugely successful stage play, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour. It played at last year's London Film Festival and has picked up great reviews so far, so check out the Our Ladies trailer above to get a first look.

Our Ladies follows a group of Scottish schoolgirls on a day trip to Edinburgh to perform in a choir competition. For these teens from a small town in the Scottish Highlands, it becomes a chance to escape their daily lives and run riot in the big city. With few expectations for their futures, Orla, Finnoula, Manda, Kay, Chell and Kylah are determined to live for every moment in this raucous tale of love, life and true friendship.

Directed by Michael Caton-Jones (Doc Hollywood), the stars Tallulah Greive, Abigail Lawrie, Sally Messham, Eve Austin, Rona Morison, Marli Siu and Kate Dickie.

Our Ladies arrives in UK cinemas on April 24.

Our Ladies (2019)
Dir: Michael Caton-Jones | Cast: Abigail Lawrie, Eve Austin, Kate Dickie, marli siu, Rona Morison, Sally Messham, Tallulah Greive | Writers: Alan Warner (novel), Michael Caton-Jones

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