This British sci-fi thriller is like the violent offspring of “Black Mirror.”
Insanity begins on Christmas Day, when Nick (Sam Gittins) brings dwelling his girlfriend Annji (Neerja Naik) for a household dinner. Essentially the most welcome visitor at the desk is David Bradley of “Recreation of Thrones,” who’s simply as cranky right here as he was throughout the Purple Marriage ceremony. The chatter naturally turns political — and heated — as a result of Annji is just not white. And though the phrase Brexit is rarely immediately mentioned, it hovers.
The following day they get up to seek out their doorways and home windows blocked by sheets of metallic and the TV displaying an ominous message: “Await additional directions.” The on-screen directives change all through the film, changing into increasingly excessive, as the trapped household argues over whether or not to slavishly comply with them.
That’s whenever you determine the movie have to be an easy touch upon the authorities — or maybe TV information — and the lots’ tendency to do no matter they’re informed. Properly, preserve watching, as a result of “Await Further Directions” is far more enjoyable and stunning than that.