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The Brown Bunny (2004) Movie Information

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Vincent Gallo


Vincent Gallo
Chloë Sevigny
Cheryl Tiegs
Elizabeth Blake
Anna Vareschi
Mary Morasky





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Alaine 12/16/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Sad, bleak, lonely movie about loss, grief, and yearning. Minimalism coming at you. He loses Daisy, he meets Violet, Lilly and Rose. None of the other flowers can ease him or replace Daisy. The sex scene at the end is explicit. If this movie doesn't make you feel bad, nothing will.

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goodfellamike 10/28/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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A ramshackle road-trip drama of no merit, sans a very explicit (and controversial) scene of fellatio. If endless, pointless scenes of driving around are your cup of tea, you could do worse than this pretentious mess. Sidenote: Fellow film critic Roger Ebert had a hilarious trade-off of words with star/writer/director Vincent Gallo when this premiered at the Cannes Film Festival: Ebert said he once had a colonoscopy that he would rather watch than this movie. Gallo responded and angrily attacked Ebert's weight problem. Ebert's response was "It's true, I am fat. But one day I will be thin, and you will still be the director of The Brown Bunny." Final Grade: D

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04/12/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)


Our Daily Free Stream: Vincent Gallo - The Brown Bunny. Heute hat Vincent Gallo Geburtstag, der früher mit Basquiat arbeitete, später Industrial Noise machte und dann der Regisseur von Brown Bunny wurde. - Als ich zum ersten Mal The Brown Bunny sah, dachte ich, wie schlimm kann es noch werden? Habe ich je einen prätentiöseren und grauenvolleren Arthaus Film gesehen? Dann las ich wie The Brown Bunny in Cannes 2003 aufgenommen wurde: Das Publikum muss sich einig gewesen sein, den schlimmsten Film in der Geschichte des Festivals gesehen zu haben. Manche blieben wohl nur im Kinosaal, um "Buu" zu rufen. Dann passierte etwas Merkwürdiges. Ich habe mir den Film heute, nach etwa zehn Jahren, noch einmal angesehen. Das, was mir als unerträglich in Erinnerung geblieben war, kam mir auf ei...


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