Paul Callow (Mackenzie Crook) has a dream. Fed up with city life and driving tube trains, he longs to commune with nature and write novels. But that's easier dreamt than done. The trauma of having two people fall under his train in as many weeks does little to improve his mood, until he hears that three fatal accidents in a month qualifies you for early retirement with 10 years' salary - as a lump sum! All he needs now is to find his third victim/accident and offer him a deal...
Devoid of laughs
- Three and Out review by Jawbreaker
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Pretty average low budget Brit flick, lacking any real sparkle or surprises. Confused about wanting to be a dark comedy with a social comment on todays environment, Three and Out pretty much scores a duck.
Gemma Arterton is a star for the future. Whereas this film could have been much better however that would involve spoiling the last few moments, which I wont do.