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Indecently funny, delightfully eccentric and far bloodier than you'd expect,
director Ben Wheatley's wholly British road movie explores the same terrain as Mike Leigh's classic
Nuts in May
- but goes to far darker places. A Midlands couple embark on their first caravanning holiday together, which is an erotic odyssey for her (she's even knitted a pair of crotchless knickers) and a tourist trip for him (the Keswick Pencil Museum, a dream destination!). But when they encounter others who don't share the same respect for the country code or are in some way different, the vacation suddenly turns into a thrill-killing spree. Writers and stars Steve Oram and Alice Lowe refined their hilarious double-act on stage and TV over the years, and find the perfect collaborator in Wheatley, who brings a quirky sensibility and wicked sense of humour to the project. It's the mundane mixed with the murderous (Natural Born Caravanners, if you like) that keeps things playfully sick and effortlessly entertaining.
A woman leading a sheltered life joins her new boyfriend on a caravanning holiday. His love of obscure tourist spots conceals a fierce rage that leads him to murder anyone who spoils their excursions, but this dark side only excites his timid travelling companion, who begins a killing spree of her own. Comedy horror, starring Alice Lowe and Steve Oram.
Cast & Crew
Blond boy's mother
Violence, swearing, drug abuse, sex scenes.
DVD and Blu-ray
30 Nov 2012
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