Bunny and the Bull Blu-ray £4.12 with code (£4.85 otherwise) @ Zavvi
Bunny and the Bull Blu-ray £4.12 with code (£4.85 otherwise) @ Zavvi

Bunny and the Bull Blu-ray £4.12 with code (£4.85 otherwise) @ Zavvi

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Stephen (Edward Hogg) is a profoundly neurotic young man suffering from agoraphobia, though this is a relatively recent development, and as he ponders the dim prospect of going out for food, he recalls a vacation in Europe with his former best friend Bunny (Simon Farnaby). While Stephen is quiet and shy, Bunny is outgoing to a fault, and he chases women, guzzles booze and bets on anything as if there's no tomorrow. When Stephen gets dumped by his girlfriend, Bunny suggests a trip to Europe is just the thing to cure his blues, especially after he's enjoyed a windfall at the track. But things take a turn for the worst when Stephen develops a crush on Eloisa (Veronica Echegui), a cute but very eccentric young woman, and Bunny sweeps her off her feet before Stephen can make a move. Matters become all the more complicated when Eloisa takes the boys on a trip to her hometown. BUNNY AND THE BULL was the first feature film from writer and director Paul King, part of the creative team behind the cult-favourite television comedy THE MIGHTY BOOSH.

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Got this last week. Enjoyed it as I went in with low expectations from reviews on this site. Looks to be made for Noel and Julian (Boosh) with similar actors in the main roles instead but they were great and it made the cameos all the funnier. French Indie cinema vibe to the whole thing and funny. Worth a punt. Some fantastic techniques used to film it too.
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