First of all, the run time is not 90 min but only 55. Secondly, the synopsis is wrong in saying that this programme describes the career of MT. It only chronicles her last few days in power, and in a very uninspired and incomplete way too. (Viewers don't get to know anything about how exactly she was succeeded, for example, although the third candidate in the second ballot, Douglas Hurd, is one of the interviewees in this film.) Thirdly, the French writer and director has come up with an inaccurate, superficial script (Longest mandate of a PM? Major had put her in the shade? Westminster = Palace of Westminster? Hardly. And what is it with the scenes from Spitting Image?). Fourthly, the narrator (French, I suppose, like the writer and director etc.; the IMDB doesn't list any details on Michel Papineschi) has a pseudo-American accent and, in this film, is mispronouncing words (iron, Dulwich; Geoffrey Howe becomes Hoe). Fifthly, the producers haven't even managed to adapt the old British TV footage in 4:3 to the rest of the film's 16:9 aspect ratio. All in all, a huge disappointment.