A man kills a prospective buyer for his car. On the verge of becoming a name in the interior design world, he can’t afford a scandal and must discreetly dispose of the body — not an easy job when the whole of London seems to be conspiring against him. Action, consequence, retribution: Getting RId of Mister Kitchen is a sustained nightmare of thwarted ambition, a Dante-esque tour of a world at home iwth Tarantino and temazepam, where motive is meaningless and justice is just another victim. ‘This is black farce with bellson, or Martin Amis as slapstick . . . very funny and utterly unstoppable’ The Times ‘The missing link between Dick Emery and Bret Easton Ellis’ VOX, , show more
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