A Fantastic Fear Of Everything
Starring: Simon Pegg, Amara Karan, Paul Freeman, Clare Higgins, Henry Lloyd-Hughes
Directed by: Crispian Mills
The plot: Jack is a children's author whose attempts to branch out into crime thrillers have left him with a paralysing fear of almost everyone. Thus, he becomes a virtual recluse in his dirty flat. Out of the blue, Jack's literary agent Clair insists that he takes a meeting with head of scripts, Harvey Humphreys. So Jack must steel himself for a trip to the Lotus Laundrette, where he crosses paths with beautiful stranger Sangeet, community support officer Taser and a serial killer.
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"Exasperation eventually morphs into unrelenting pain, and there's not a single, solitary laugh to be had."
"It's always trying to do something unusual. It has a great lead in Pegg. What it doesn't have is an ending or a clear reason what it wants to be."
"Mills must as least be credited with a vision that feels more or less entirely unique."