The critically acclaimed Flowers unfurls for a second series, this time set in the bloom of summer.
Will Sharpe’s darkly imaginative, heartfelt and cinematic Flowers sees the return of the well-meaning Deborah her depressive husband Maurice their maladjusted adult twin children Amy and Donald and the eternally optimistic, the Japanese illustrator of Maurice's children's books who lodges with the family.
In this visually ambitious second series, where the subject of depression was foregrounded in series one, the wild and colourful second series focuses more on manic depression and how a dynasty of mental illness can bleed down through generations of a family. Untangling complex relationships in its signature fashion, the hilarious and heart-breaking "Flowers" looks at the universal struggles within family dynamics, the true meaning of hope and how it's never too late to change the direction of your life.
"Unlike anything you will have seen before....originality on this scale is amazing."