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See full summary » "Milkman" is a film that might make you wonder why it was made.
Did its creator, David Firth, just want to shock you? I don't know, but I think the film's really good.
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There probably isn't a point to the film, but that's fine with me.
It's certainly one of his most creepy and depressing works, which is saying a lot since those two adjectives can accurately be attached to literally anything this man has worked on.
Everything from the character designs to the reversed soundtrack is petrifying as the odd two minute tale is told through the bizarre narration of a quirky, fragile, and creepy 39 year old T. salesman (that is what he claims his occupation is, although it is quite likely that he is unemployed) that could have potentially been sexually abused as a young child.
With George V’s death in 1936, his eldest son David ascends the throne as King Edward VIII, but causes a constitutional crisis with his determination to marry Wallis Simpson, an American socialite divorcée who is still legally married to her second husband.
It is pointed out that Edward, as head of the Church of England, cannot marry her, even if she receives her second divorce, because both her previous husbands are alive.