Dangerous Parking initially appears to be an anarchic boozer comedy – a louder, even more ramshackle Withnail & I.
Yet once you get used to the flash, mercurial style, a painfully sharp story emerges. Peter Howitt both directs and stars as the self-destructive Noah Arkwright, an alcoholic filmmaker on the road to ruin. He’s really rather good, anchoring the bedlam as laughs and shocks compete for attention.
It's a bit rough around the edges at times, but at the heart of this film is a fireball of searing truth – one that honestly shows both the joy and the cruelty of this fucked-up world we live in. Definitely worth seeing.