Thursday, May 20, 2004

Pierluigi can rest easy now.

From IMDb Pro News:
"Multihyphenate Vincent Gallo's Brown Bunny, which became the story of Cannes last year, has found a home at indie banner Wellspring. However, the film that has been acquired is much different than the one that screened and created such controversy here last year -- which Gallo subsequently contended was a rough version. This Bunny is the feature that subsequently hopped to the Toronto International Film Festival last fall to a far less incendiary reception and reaction. Wellspring will roll out the film in late August in New York and Los Angeles. The unit plans a home video release next year. Bunny follows a road trip by a motorcycle racer obsessed with a past relationship. The film first generated heat at Cannes 2003 because it includes an onscreen fellatio scene between its stars, Gallo and Chloe Sevigny. But it became the center of a media maelstrom when Gallo took on unenthusiastic critics with his customary vitriol."


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