Bit of a surreal vibe to this one as a man whose death caused a lot of grief wakes up and forms a bond with his fellow grave neighbour, 6 feet under. Interesting approach in that we just came into the film with the supernatural resurrection unexplained, which is a choice that I don't really have any problems with. Open-ended, it felt like whilst we were shown the recently deceased in their graves this was essentially a conversation between their souls.
By and large the framing was great, presenting a believable surround of being buried in a cemetery, and most of the editing was on point although I noticed a couple of cuts at the start that were a tad jumpy. The script was engaging, and made you think what you would do in the same sort of situation yourself, which I think is what the team was trying to achieve, other than the obvious message of making sure you live each day as though it is your last - pop culture being referenced in a humorous way but working as a bit of a sad point in terms of things that actually matter was the highlight to the script.
Probably a rare example in 48hours where I felt this one was missing a 3rd act.