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Even in an ensemble of this calibre, she holds the screen as the gutsy entrepreneur in the making, irrepressible in the face of constant discouragement and, at one point, utterly bereft as the threat of financial doom begins to suffocate. It’s a performance simmering with controlled passion, and a likely awards favourite. Nowadays, of course, Joy would just pitch up on Dragons’ Den and Duncan Bannatyne would be in for per cent, but here her revolutionary cleaner upper leads her to QVC, a burgeoning home shopping channel run by Bradley Cooper’s hard but fair businessman. Easily the most enjoyable chapter in Maybe the puce feature wall had been a mistake. a jerkily episodic tale, Joy’s baptism into the art of TV shilling is both horribly awkward and hugely watchable. How can she sell herself in a live television environment where power dressing prevails? And will her mop shiftunits before all is lost? It’s a race against time, only with Joan Rivers (played by her daughter, Melissa) on the stopwatch. Cooper drifts handsomely in and out, while kudos to Russell for again locating the keys to Robert De Niro and drawing an entertainingly gruff turn from him as Joy’s doubting father.

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