Bunny and The Bull

Bunny and The Bull
Bunny and The Bull

Year

2009

Duration

97 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Stephen is an agoraphobic young man, unable even to visit the shops. It transpires that he's been holed up in his flat for a year, ever since a disastrous European road trip with his gregarious mate Bunny. Director Paul King's imaginative and offbeat first feature tells Stephen's sorry tale in flashback, and Michel Gondry-esque flights of animated fantasy, along with cameos from the likes of Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding (King directed TV's The Mighty Boosh), confirm the film's quirky credentials.

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This film has several uses of strong bad language.

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