Finding Your Fit follows a snobby middle-class woman who discovers her husband has been having an affair with a close friend on his retirement days. He is surprised to find that his almost perfect world is turned upside down as he enters his “third age”.
Unable to cope with her situation, she goes into hiding with her distant bohemian sister, who lives in a disadvantaged inner-city council block and is an enthusiastic member of a senior citizen dance troupe based in Sadler’s Wells, London.
Bif drags Sandra to a community dance class to cheer her up. There, the vivacious, rebellious and vivacious group shows Sandra that it’s never too late to start over.
Finding your foot filming location
Finding Your Fit began filming in London and Rome on October 31, 2016, after being announced during the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. The shooting of the movie was completed on December 16, 2016.
Sessions and Stoughton’s luxury home in Surrey was actually Bannit’s House, located on Chalfont Lane in Hertfordshire. We see the outside of this Victorian Arts and Crafts home as caterers prepare a banquet to honor Sessions’ knighthood in the movie.
In one scene her Ladyship Staunton arrives at Sister Emory’s estate, somewhat frightened. This was Jason House in SE17, an extension of the Rodney estate, lying east of Walworth Road.
Spall meets his wife, who is always a patient in the hospital due to Alzheimer’s. The location was also later used for interior work on the films Mortdecai, Legend, Brighton Rock, The Golden Compass, Red 2 and Quartet.
After the funeral on Pancras Road in NW1, Emery and Staunton have some ribs. Then, they return from a dance lesson at the Round Chapel. This location is the E7 junction of Powerscroft Road and Lower Clapton Road.
In one scene, Lumley, Imrie and Staunton go to a park bench Here, Emery is suffering from back pain as he goes to form a quartet with Staunton, Spall and Heyman. From here, they take a right turn at a location called Holy Mount. This same location was also used in films such as “For That Trespass”, “Strangler’s Web”, “The Killing of Sister George” and “Hampstead”.
The scene where we see the dance class celebrating Christmas was filmed at Piccadilly Circus W1. As Staunton talks to Spall about her desire to dance, they turn a corner and find Spall’s van, which is about to be towed away. When Spall realizes his car will be towed, he takes unusual action and we suddenly find ourselves in EC1 instead of WC2.
The scene where the crowd emerges from the swimming area and onto Hampstead Heath was shot on Lime Avenue. Spall’s canal boat where Staunton is following was shot at the Blomfield Road mooring entry in W2.
Now let’s talk more about Bennett’s House, which was shown in the movie where Sessions and Staunton lived. The classic Edwardian building known as Bannit’s House is located in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire.
A large country estate serves as a backdrop for some scenes in this romantic comedy. But it wasn’t just for the performers; Real-life homeowners, their relatives and their friends were all set to appear as extras in the movie.
The Arts and Crafts-style Bannett’s House was built in 1908 and is spacious and open, with five reception rooms, seven bedrooms, a study and six bathrooms – about one for each bedroom.
Tennis courts, manicured gardens, a 38-foot orangery, and an attached two-bedroom cottage are among the home’s more outstanding features.
Orange connects all the rooms in the house. Interiors feature large paneled drawing rooms, marble-floored dining rooms and hardwood floors throughout the rest of the ground floor.
The triple garage offers plenty of space for vehicles off the main house. The stunning, exclusive gardens, which cover 1.25 acres, feature mature trees, flowering plants, borders, shrubs and a wide terrace of York stone that runs the entire length of the property.
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