the bunny boiling of the last film to the Brown Bunny here.
old Vincent Gallo provides his cold, enveloping, tentative, wrenching
tale of lost love. Despite the critical panning of this film,
I believe it has a lot of merit. Not only is it beautifully shot,
it has a gorgeous and sparse soundtrack. It is also a hugely atmospheric
piece that really hits home with its tale of a man lost in a world
without the true love of his life.
a Gallo film you will either love it or hate it, but given the
strong ending to the film you really have to admire his b*lls..