The film is about a cleaning lady who becomes obsessed with an expensive high-end Christian Dior gown . She decides to buy herself a ticket to Paris to buy the gown .
Story: When a cleaning lady becomes infatuated with an expensive high-end Christian Dior gown, she decides to buy one for herself.Ada Harris (Lesley Manville) everyday life takes a new twist the moment she gazes on an exquisite Dior gown worth five hundred pounds in one of her homes as a cleaning lady.It isn't a piece of luxurious clothing she can afford, nor does she live a life in which she has the opportunity to wear it, as shown by this article.Ada is steadfast in her desire for it, even if it means working extra hard, starving, or even gambling to buy herself a ticket to Paris and buy her dream clothes.It's a privilege that is only reserved for the rich and famous.As Ada arrives in Paris uninvited at the Dior headquarters and gate crashes the exclusive show of the brand's 10th anniversary collection, she starts a slew of bizarre events.From the very first scene, director Anthony Fabian and his writers bring us into Adas world.It's a world in which no good deed goes unpunished or unrewarded. Manville's portrayal is so authentic and touching that it allows us to experience every tinge of her character's emotion.America and Paris from the 1950s are beautifully recreated with the finest details.The nightlife, the period's superb fashion, and the life in general are captured with vivid nuances and utmost finesse, but the film keeps us engaged with its sluggish pace and an emotionally rich climax.There is a major feel-good factor in the book, as well as a tense tale of optimism. It can be dangerous and seem like a fairy tale, but it is done with zeal and passion, with a charming old-world charm that will ensure that you leave the theater hall with a smile on your face.