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From the director of A Might Boosh, comes BUNNY AND THE BULL, a road movie set entirely in an apartment. Reclusive Stephen Turnbull (Edward Hogg, Alfie) hasn t been outside in months and refuses to interact with the world. When a sudden infestation of mice forces him to change his ways, his mind hurtles back to the disastrous trek around Europe he undertook with his friend Bunny (Simon Farnaby, Fat Slags), a womanizing, gambling-addicted booze-hound. Stephen is unable to stem the flood of memories, and his flat becomes the springboard for an extraordinary odyssey through landscapes made up of snapshots and souvenirs, from the industrial wastelands of Poland to the bullrings of Spain. A story of love, disillusionment and stuffed bears, BUNNY AND THE BULL is an offbeat and heartfelt journey to the end of the room.
The only reason I gave a low review is when I received the DVD the case was pulverized to the point where I actually had to replace it with another one. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Matthew K.
Cult classic - a very different movie you'll either love it or hate itPublished 12 months ago by Toni
Unique! A great look! Very stylized and stylish. Very quirky and offbeat.
If you know the guys behind it, you are more prepared for what to expect (but it’s something... Read more
This a pretty funny and quirky little film. There are a couple of other films that incorporate the use of collages and sculptural props to give the story a dream like, fantasy... Read morePublished on February 10, 2013 by wabbit
This movie is totally different than anything I've seen before it's just visually captivating, with a great story, what's not to like?Published on May 19, 2012 by Russell
"Bunny and the Bull" is a road movie set entirely in an apartment. Shy and reclusive Stephen "The Bull" Turnbull (Edward Hogg) hasn't been outside in months and refuses to... Read morePublished on April 28, 2011 by The Movie Man
For fans of: The Mighty Boosh, Spaced, Michel Gondry.
Directed By Paul King, this wonderful piece would have never been discovered had it not been for Noel Fielding and... Read more