Margaret Thatcher's place in history, no matter how controversial, offers a positive example of the fact that you don't have to come from wealth and privilege to become a leader. Her discipline and commitment to public service are also inspiring, even for those who don't share her politics.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Footage of the Falklands War, as well as strategy conversations about how to proceed against the Argentines. In one jarring scene, Margaret's senior adviser is killed in a car bomb planted by the I.R.A.; the explosion occurs just moments after she speaks to him in a garage. References to the I.R.A. hunger strikers; a montage of English protesters demonstrating against Thatcher's policies.
In documentary news footage, there's a brief shot of a topless woman celebrating after the end of the Falklands War. Young Margaret and Dennis Thatcher flirt, dance, embrace, and kiss.
British slang like "bloody," "bugger," "my God" (as an exclamation), and "barmy," as well as "damn" and "hell."
Quick glimpse of Charles Tyrwhitt menswear.
Ease of Play
Margaret has a drink -- usually a nightcap -- daily. She's tipsy in one scene, as is the ghost of her husband.