Following the death of their friend, two girls in their late twenties embark on a road trip to spread his ashes. Seph and Alex take turns driving. Dan is in the glove compartment, in tupperware, decreasing in volume as the trip progresses.
This is a British dead-pan black comedy. Two women must take their friend's ashes on a road trip around the country, spreading him at locations which are important. The initial setup and first two places are incredibly well presented, walking the thin line between comedy and tragedy. However, the final half loses much of what made the first half successful. It gets bogged down in more conflicts that weren't needed and a left-field reason to travel to the final place. There are some emotional scenes and a lot of nuances to the characters and their relationships with their wider world. It's very British, with a supporting cast played by familiar faces. The second half knocks the rating down slightly, but if you're a fan of black comedies then this is worth your time.