Tired of biting your tongue at others’ rudeness? Tired of being pushed around?!

After being burgled, Ruth (Lynskey) is also tired. Tired of useless cops, tired of unhelpful friends, tired of the world.

Hellbent on reclaiming her grandmothers silverware, she seeks justice with eccentric, slightly unhinged vigilante neighbour Tony (Wood).

Despite being chalk and cheese, Ruth and Tony’s offbeat partnership is a joy to watch.

Reminiscent of the Coen brothers, I Don’t Feel at Home is both dramatic and absurd, smartly juggling gritty violence with jet black humour.

Ignore the cumbersome title – give this quirky, unpredictable caper a chance!