Sunday, January 22, 2017

Movie review: The Brown Bunny

After competing in New Hampshire, motorcycle racer Bud heads to his next race in California. Meeting various women and fans along the way helps with his loneliness, but past love Daisy is the one he truly craves.

Vincent Gallo (Bud), Chloe Sevigny (Daisy), Cheryl Tiegs (Lilly), Elizabeth Blake (Rose), Anna Vareschi (Violet), Mary Morasky (Mrs. Lemon).

Recommended by a friend, we gave this one a shot, making it about halfway through the film. It was at that point we began to question the mental stability of our friend. Boring is an understatement when describing The Brown Bunny. Dialogue is minimal and often detached without much frame of reference or relevance. There may have been a plot but it was ridiculously well hidden.

While we only made it halfway through the film, reviews online indicate it is most well known for a fellatio scene with Chloe and Gallo. Trust us, it is not even close to making the film worth watching. Rather, reviews describing this one as boring, lacking any actual content, and without artistic value are much more accurate.

Acting was most obviously missing from the film.

Technical work was disappointing to say the least. Sound in particular was a nightmare.

Overall take a pass on The Brown Bunny unless you have a ridiculous fascination with poor quality cinema disguised by use of the word 'art' as a descriptor.

With brief graphic sexuality, save this one for adults or anyone you would like to cause mental anguish.

Released: 2004
Reviewed: 1.16.17
Star rating: 1 out of 5
Genre: Indie Drama, Indie Romance

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