I'd heard in passing about FDR's "unusual" relationship with his distant cousin, Daisy, who became a constant companion when he was living and working at his country retreat "Hyde Park on Hudson". I was also vaguely aware that FDR's wife, Eleanor, was "OK" with this, but this charming film really filled in many historical gaps for me, and also covered the politics of the time, in depicting the visit of King George and Queen Elizabeth, to sound out the Americans about the possibility of the USA coming to the rescue of Britain (and Europe) - again! - in the event of war breaking out with Germany.
Excellent script, excellent casting (how can you go wrong with Bill Murray in the lead role?). Nothing too deep, except for some interesting observations about the way that people are often blind to certain things because they do not want to see them. Ain't that the truth! :-)