Danny Ezra’s review published on Letterboxd:
About as black and British a comedy as it is possible to be, and all the better for
it. A fantastic script executed to perfection by sublimely grounded performances under
assured direction. The film doesn't get caught-up in its own concept, allowing the
superbly drawn characters to guide the proceedings always. It's incredible how they feel so odd and yet so familiar simultaneously - a testament to not only Lowe and Oram's writing, but
also their embodiment of the eponymous Sightseers. This is undoubtedly my favourite flavor
of cinematic storytelling.