Sightseers

Sightseers
Sightseers

Year

2012

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Crime

Language

English

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Synopsis

Edgar Wright has offered comedic views of the Zombie film and the Cop movie. Sightseers - of which he is an executive producer, parodies the many controversial films about couples going on killing sprees - such as Bonnie and Clyde and Natural Born Killers. Chris and Tina's Yorkshire caravan holiday is supposed to be a tranquil, romantic affair and their story should blossom into a romantic comedy. However, when things go awry they discover they are capable of grotesque and murderous acts. With its casual violence and wicked humour, Sightseers is the definition of dark comedy and has been a critical success for English director Ben Wheatley.

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15 Classification

Contains strong language, bloody violence, sex and sex references

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