Michelle Gomez plays the oldest sister, Eva Green plays the youngest, they are both off-the-scale crazy and it’s up to poor Lara Pulver’s character in the middle to try and keep their cheekbones apart so they don’t kill each other and take the rest of the world with them, or maybe worse join forces, and destroy the world with an enthusiastic and reckless mad scheme.
Meanwhile she’d really quite like to be doing some evil geniusing herself, but as the overlooked middle child, she’s never really had the chance to shine.
Maybe one is a hero and one is a villain, and Lara’s the mediator at family get-togethers. And the biggest rift that threatens is when one of them decides to switch from bad to good, and she has to try to soothe the ruffled feathers of the one who was that allegiance to begin with, until you know what? Sod it, she’s 300% done, stand back bitches you are about to see the Evillest Genius of All Time so Michelle and Eva have to work together to defeat her and all learn a valuable lesson about love and loyalty and the importance of family.