[Movie Stuff] Bunny and The Bull
Pop-Corn, Choc-Top or Fizzy Drink, whichever one takes your fancy. Do yourself a favour this coming week and head to the movies to see Bunny and the Bull. Directed by Paul King, famed for providing us with one of the best devilishly, bittersweet cult comedies The Mighty Boosh…
Bunny and the Bull is a film of absolute genius and hilarity! A tale of a man ruled by routine and a phobia of the outdoors. Told through abstract tales and traverses of how what ought to have been the trip of a lifetime soon turned to disaster. Filled with intelligently handcrafted sets: newspaper covered lampposts, instruments and even bridges; walls built of books, bulls constructed from trolleys and quirky animation with parallels to Michel Gondry. This film keeps one keenly awaiting the next scene.
Bunny and the Bull is only showing at Nova Cinemas but had its premiere at the wonderful Underground Cinema. Unbeknown to all attending, Richard Fulcher (here for the comedy festival) came out to chat with the crowd! With Spanish theatrical performances, newspaper blizzards, Ukrainian hobos, backpackers and fine flight attendants abuzz in the audience and on stage prior to the screening, the cinematic experience sent the senses spiraling into another dimension.
Who: Bunny and The Bull directed by Paul King
What: amazing cinematic experience
Where: Nova Cinema
When: Now until mid May.
Damage: Nova prices