Jye Briscoe’s review published on Letterboxd:
This was a nice but uneven film about a woman I had never heard of until watching this.
It feels uneven in the way that it seems the film is torn between wanting us to laugh at Florence's talent, or feel entirely sorry for her when she showcases herself to the public. It straddled the line in an odd mixture which left me never entirely sure just what it was going for. The actors are all fine and the story is, for the most part, light and pleasant and makes for an easy watch.
The dramatic emotional aspects of the film never quite stick the landing which was disappointing, but overall this wasn't bad.