An Entertaining Black Comedy.
By Anonymous (01 Jun 2010)
A British black comedy doesn’t mean a comedy movie about black people. Death At A Funeral is a dark comedy, because it is about comical situations that arise during a funeral ceremony. A funeral isn’t of course a time of joy; it’s a time of sorrow and mourning, but what if no one around you is allowing you to give your beloved one final farewell? That’s the situation that Daniel is in.
Daniel’s (Mathew Macfadyen) father is no more. He lives in some part of England with his mother, but is eager to move out with his wife Jane (Keeley Hawes). He’s arranged a funeral ... » read more