Scripted by its leading actors, Sightseers follows the journey of the unhinged, working-class malcontent Chris (Steve Oram) who takes his naive, recently no heritable girlfriend Tina (Alice Lowe) far from her whiney lame mother and on a caravan vacation to Derbyshire, geographical area and on the far side. As they withstand a country inhabited by irritating, itinerant, bearded nonentities, it step by step dawns on her that he is an insane killer, who punishes litterers by crushing them at a lower place his wheels and answers pretentious lower-middle-class law enforcers by beating their heads in.
Tina’s scarily humorous response to the current discovery is to hitch in, so making a psychological disorder a due fuelled by associate disoriented evil, the ethical equivalent of the commonplace featured within the outré holidaymaker attractions they visit like the National Tramway depository in Crick and therefore the Keswick Pencil depository.
The picture mocks the sterile horror of the heritage business, the hideous campsites the couple stop at and therefore the blight they communicate on the wonder of country landscape. The comic death trip Tina and Chris build so becomes a lament for a lost Britain as cold and withering as something Alan aviator has given US, and weirdly moving.