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United Kingdom · 2012
1h 28m
Director Ben Wheatley
Starring Alice Lowe, Steve Oram, Eileen Davies, Roger Michael
Genre Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Horror

When Chris and Tina set off on a cross-country road trip in their caravan, everything seems perfect. Chris is excited to show his girlfriend the world, but their plan quickly derails when the couple encounter a rude man. Annoyed, Chris crushes him to death with the caravan, turning the romantic vacation into a killing spree.

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Total Film by

It might not sound much on paper, but it’s all in the delivery, the appealing lead performances combining with Wheatley's sudden tonal shifts to produce a film that’s funny, sinister and strangely moving.


IndieWire by Eric Kohn

He's still cultivating his storytelling abilities, but Wheatley has clearly found his sweet spot: a darkly funny place with serious potential.


The Playlist by James Rocchi

Sightseers homicidal holiday isn't just a pitch-black comedy made with skill, will and brains; it's also another demonstration that Wheatley is, to use an all-too-appropriate phrase, going places.


Slant Magazine by Jesse Cataldo

This sardonic depiction of Britain, as a land where a thin veneer of strained politesse and fussy specificity of tastes masks a throbbing heart of darkness, makes for Ben Wheatley's best film yet.


Empire by Kim Newman

A uniquely British blend of excruciating comedy of embarrassment and outright grue, not quite as disorientating in its mood shifts as Kill List but just as impressive a film.


The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw

Sightseers is funny and well made, but Wheatley could be suffering from difficult third album syndrome: this is not as mysterious and interesting as Kill List.


Variety by Peter Debruge

The satire is firmly seated in character, and no one understands how well a good homicide can elucidate character better than Wheatley.

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