The Brown Bunny

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Actor and musician Vincent Gallo takes on the role of writer, director, editor, cinematographer, and star with his second filmmaking effort, The Brown Bunny. Motorcycle racer Bud Clay Gallo drives his van across the country in search of his lost love, Daisy Chloë Sevigny. He stops at her parents' house and sees the brown bunny she left behind. Along the rest of the way, he stops for gas, rides his bike, and makes out with a woman at a roadside rest area Cheryl Tiegs. He meets up with Daisy when he finally arrives...
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Actor and musician Vincent Gallo takes on the role of writer, director, editor, cinematographer, and star with his second filmmaking effort, The Brown Bunny. Motorcycle racer Bud Clay Gallo drives his van across the country in search of his lost love, Daisy Chloë Sevigny. He stops at her parents' house and sees the brown bunny she left behind. Along the rest of the way, he stops for gas, rides his bike, and makes out with a woman at a roadside rest area Cheryl Tiegs. He meets up with Daisy when he finally arrives in Los Angeles, leading to the revelatory conclusion in his hotel room. The Brown Bunny premiered in competition at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival in a working cut of 119 minutes that was widely panned; a 93 minute final edit was shown at subsequent festivals and premiered in the United States in the summer of 2004.
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Closed Caption; [None specified]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/16/2005
  • UPC: 043396110656
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:33:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Vincent Gallo Bud Clay
Chloë Sevigny Daisy Lemon
Cheryl Tiegs Woman at Rest Stop
Technical Credits
Vincent Gallo Director, Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Editor, Makeup, Producer, Production Designer, Screenwriter
Jeff Alexander Score Composer
Rick Ash Sound/Sound Designer
Ted Curson Score Composer
Jackson C. Franck Score Composer
Gordon Lightfoot Songwriter
Toshiaki Ozawa Camera Operator
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start [3:41]
2. After the Race [2:41]
3. Violet [2:44]
4. Violet Gets Her Things [3:18]
5. Daisy's Parents' House [4:00]
6. "I Lived Next Door" [3:44]
7. Rainy Drive [3:18]
8. The Midwest [1:27]
9. "How Long Do Bunnies Live?" [3:12]
10. Lily [6:21]
11. The Road Ahead [2:12]
12. Rest [1:49]
13. The Rockies [3:21]
14. The Salt Flats [4:13]
15. The Night Desert [1:40]
16. Cruising Vegas [3:21]
17. Rose [3:31]
18. California [4:15]
19. Cleaning Up [1:01]
20. Stop by Daisy's [4:24]
21. Waiting for Daisy [2:42]
22. Daisy Arrives [4:50]
23. A Photo [1:42]
24. "I Loved Kissing You" [3:14]
25. Leaving the Lights On [3:13]
26. Fidelity [4:24]
27. The Resolution Phase [5:26]
28. Alone [1:34]
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Side #1 --
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   Languages
      Audio: English 5.0
      Audio: English DTS
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: French
      Subtitles: Off
   Scene Selections
   Trailers
      Brown Bunny: Trailer 1
      Brown Bunny: Trailer 2
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Average film, pretty decent soundtrack; last scene explicit, [in]famous for this.

    Pretty average movie, with a decent soundtrack, but probably [in]famous for its explicit scene, otherwise, pretty average, maybe less than average movie. Surprise Gallo got Sevigny to actually perform the act, rather than imply it. Beyond that, interesting, but not a "classic" by any means.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Good JOB by Chloe!

    This movie should have gotten an Oscar just for Chloe's superior acting ability in the last love scene. Very well done. This movie is the best.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Boredom then Action

    The first hour of this 93 minute movie is a boring video of Vincent Gallo driving and driving and driving across the U.S. All of the plot and all of Chloe Sevigny are in the last 30 minutes. Her surprising performance and the surprise ending make the trip worthwhile.

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    Posted January 18, 2010

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