Trudie’s review published on Letterboxd:
A very satisfying murder myster that thrills with its twists and humour. As an ensemble piece, it's wildly entertaining,
Johnson's direction is slick, and full of mechanisms that serve the plot. There's a classic who dunnit feel but with updated character conflicts and archtypes we can relate to. Thought the political elements were occasionally unsubtle but I appreciate them a lot.
Would love to see this again soon.