The Darkest Universe (2016)
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The script seriously miscalculates that we'll all be interested enough in its protagonist's frazzled detective quest to wait for answers to the film's central mystery.
The end will not come as a surprise as it is the opening scene as well as being the final scene. Does this add anything to the film. No.
Sharpe explores those strange spaces where the comedy of the banal borders the gravity of depression, grief, guilt & death. It is very funny indeed, but as the title suggests, there is plenty of pain and pathos to counterweigh the humour.
In its overall vibe, this British film suggests a deadpan Channel 4 sitcom that has fallen through a dimensional portal and into the strangeness of a Ben Wheatley psychodrama.
An exploration of human connections, emotions and life and definitely one of the most refreshingly original British films this year.
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