I found 'Human Error' to be wonderfully fresh - both visually and in terms of the complexity and texture of the relationships between the three main characters. The neuroses and petty disputes of three men caught up in 'management' is richly absurd, wildly funny and painfully human.
In collaboration with Dresser and his talented cast, director Young - who has a long career of making passionate, visceral and very human films - has delivered a film that is timely, wholly original and unlike anything you've seen.
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