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    The Brown Bunny

    The Brown Bunny is a mainstream film with unsimulated sex acts. A motorcycle racer (Vincent Gallo) journeys cross country in search of women to take the place of the one true love (Chloƫ Sevigny) of his life.
    Duration: 93 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2003
    IMDb: 5.0
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  • Actors of "The Brown Bunny"

  • Characters of "The Brown Bunny"

    Bud Clay. Character of The Brown Bunny
    Played by: Vincent Gallo
    Daisy. Character of The Brown Bunny
    Lilly. Character of The Brown Bunny
    Played by: Cheryl Tiegs
    Rose. Character of The Brown Bunny
    Violet. Character of The Brown Bunny
    Played by: Anna Vareschi
    Mrs. Lemon. Character of The Brown Bunny
    Played by: Mary Morasky
    Featured Racer. Character of The Brown Bunny
    Played by: Jeffrey Wood
  • Directors of "The Brown Bunny"

    Vincent Gallo. Director of The Brown Bunny
    Vincent Gallo
    Birthdate: 11 April 1961, Buffalo, New York, USA
  • Creators of "The Brown Bunny"

    Vincent Gallo. Director of The Brown Bunny
    Vincent Gallo
    Birthdate: 11 April 1961, Buffalo, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Brown Bunny"

    Detroit Free Press
    October 15, 2004

    A passable, if often dreary, evocation of those '70s road movies in which disillusioned young men (and the occasional woman) took to the highway in search of America, the meaning of things or maybe just a hamburger.

    Denver Rocky Mountain News
    October 08, 2004

    A road movie, but made by someone who seems so self-absorbed he might as well be asleep at the wheel.

    Denver Post
    October 08, 2004

    What plays for 80 minutes like an intolerable, self-indulgent road trip largely redeems itself in the last 10 minutes, through a moving explanation of the anti-hero's catatonic depression.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    September 30, 2004

    So mind-numbingly dull it makes you yearn for one of those World War II-spy instant-death pills.
    September 18, 2004

    Must be one of the truest songs of roadside America that the movies have produced.

    Dallas Morning News
    September 16, 2004

    Narcissisistic, self-indulgent, solipsistic claptrap is still narcissistic, self-indulgent, solipsistic claptrap, no matter how long or short.

    Paste Magazine
    June 03, 2008

    When every other scene looks like a cola, jeans or motorcycle commercial -- perfectly unposed with hair proudly mussed -- Gallo's motivations seem too compromised.

    Film Scouts
    June 21, 2007

    As a truncated work, it stands as a road movie tone poem.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    September 15, 2005

    A humorless self-indulgent and self-loathing mess that is saddled with an uninteresting story and arty pretensions.

    DVD Clinic
    August 11, 2005

    Personally, I think there's a haunting and fairly poignant story here; too bad it's surrounded by so many damn driving scenes.

    Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
    January 02, 2005

    Vincent Gallo is probably a much more interesting fellow than Bud Clay, the inarticulate motorcycle racer he portrays in The Brown Bunny.

    Kansas City Star
    November 19, 2004

    Is it good? Not really. But as was the case with his Buffalo 66, Gallo once again shows himself to be a fascinating enigma and possibly his own worst enemy.

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