The Brown Bunny

Vincent Gallo wrote, directed, shot, edited and starred in his second directorial effort. A haunting abstract road movie about a man in a van travelling across country to find his lost love (Chloe Sevigny). An original 119 min working cut shown at Cannes was panned and the version shown in the States was a trimmer 92 mins. Controversy surrounded its release regarding the graphic sex scene at the end and a public feud with critic Roger Ebert, but ultimately this is a film individuals will either love or hate.

Year: 2003
Genre: Art House Cinema, Drama, Cult Films / After Dark, Road Movies, Rabbit Season, Sensual or Erotic Films
Country: USA
Director: Vincent Gallo
Starring: Chloe Sevigny, Vincent Gallo, Cheryl Tiegs
Duration: 92 Minutes
Rating: R18 - Explicit sex scenes, sexual violence & drug use
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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