This is a very entertaining movie that had me chuckling all the way through it. It has a literate and intelligent screenplay, is beautifully photographed and acted. (It was great to see Eleanor Bron again, albeit in a very small role.) I had a couple of disappointments: 1) it doesn't really go into Eleanor Roosevelt's lesbian relationship with Lorena Hickock. "Hick" is in the movie and is referred to (if I remember correctly) as a "she-male," but she is never mentioned again. 2) The movie was too brief. The ending seemed a bit abrupt. I wanted more details. A big criticism is that the actress who played "Missy" looked a great deal like the actress who played Lorena Hickock. As a result, I thought thought FDR was having an affair with Hick! It wasn't until that scene was over that realized it wasn't Hick. I'm a little squeamish about the sex scene (manual manipulation on Daisy's part--emotional manipulation on FDR's part). It did not seem in the least bit romantic. I found it somewhat gross. But on the whole, I enjoyed it.