A decision taken by a group of 40 people, all on the verge of midlife crisis. That decision may change their course of life as they set up their first pool team on the local men's pool. It may seem like a big challenge against the irony of those around her, trained by a fallen champion. Perhaps things may change completely when everyone is looking for a little self-esteem and many other features.
The humour is broad and sometimes I cringed. It doesn't have the subtlety or pain of The Full Monty, and at times it's as focussed as the random splashing when they first jump in. But its highlighting of the social and health issues men face is welcome.