This is one of those hidden gems that people tend to overlook, but over the years it gathers a small cult following. Very dark and strange, twisted and pretty sad for a comedy that deals with a very heavy and mature topic.
It is very original, there aren't many shows like this. It reminded me of Chris Morris' Jam, because of it's dark story, with fitting visuals and sound.
The cast is great, and the whole production feels coherent. Great soundtrack.
Definitely not for everyone, but if you like Jam, Inside No. 9, and black humor you are in for a treat.
(The second half feels better, but it's mostly because we get to know the characters by then.)