A Fantastic Fear of Everything

A Fantastic Fear of Everything
A Fantastic Fear of Everything

Year

2012

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

This zany comedy sees Simon Pegg play children’s author Jack, who descends into a world of paranoia and psychosis when he attempts to transition into the crime genre. Tortured by self-doubt and plagued by hallucinations and demons from his past, Jack must restore order to his disturbed mind and to his disheveled life or risk remaining lost in his writing forever. Can he make a success of his career or will his work overwhelm him? This film shares a similar vein of humour (and low-budget aesthetic) with other films that Simon Pegg has starred in, such as Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz.

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15 Classification

This film contains strong language and infrequent very strong language.

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