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Minnie Driver proves pitch perfect as an inspirational music teacher in Swansea who decides to promote a musical based on The Tempest that inevitably rocks the established school order in 1976.
There's a flowering of talents even as the school community is dealing with an array of problems from family breakdown and unemployment to rival jealousies, bullying, racial prejudice and homophobia.
There's even a scene of the school snoop (Hayden Gwynne) describing class by writing on the board a) finance b) education and c) values before stating: "That means I'm middle class and you are all working class."
Warm-hearted and beautifully shot on location, Driver manages more than a passable Welsh accent and the musical finale is great. Yet another success from BBC Wales.