When people die friendless and alone in South London, it’s the OCD-enabling job of John May (Eddie Marsan) to find their next of kin. Most often he doesn’t, and at their funerals he’s the sole attendee. Writer-director Uberto Pasolini’s unsubtle and precious character study offers one big surprise by casting Marsan, the beady-eyed malcontent from Ray Donovan and Happy-Go-Lucky, as a gentle introvert.
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