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Offensive Behaviour (2004)

If you love something cheap, inventive, tasteless and funny, it's well worth a look. If your taste runs to killer nuns and gay hit-men hairdressers, this comedy's for you.

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Patrick Gillies

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Patrick Gillies
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Richard Allom Cosgrove Richard Allom Cosgrove ... Quentin
David Sheard David Sheard ... Nigel
Janice Gray Janice Gray ... Mother
Fraser Jackson Fraser Jackson ... Clarke
Yvonne Dyson Yvonne Dyson ... Debbie / porno voices
Charles Grubb Charles Grubb ... Rugby Head
Aaron Bloomfield Aaron Bloomfield ... Jason
Sera Kerr Sera Kerr ... Bernadette
Michael Maxwell Michael Maxwell ... Reilly (as Mike Maxwell)
Martin Howells Martin Howells ... The producer
Scott Khouri Scott Khouri ... Producer's assistant
Leonard Brackley Leonard Brackley ... Big Cheese
Elizabeth Moody Elizabeth Moody ... Crystal
Jonno Cramp Jonno Cramp ... Pesky little kid
Robert Grant Robert Grant ... Pesky little kid
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If you love something cheap, inventive, tasteless and funny, it's well worth a look. If your taste runs to killer nuns and gay hit-men hairdressers, this comedy's for you.

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Shock, schlock and a few smoking corpses

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Country:

New Zealand

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 September 2004 (New Zealand) See more »

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Hilarious, but not for the faint of heart or easily offended for sure!
22 May 2017 | by aztrshbyzSee all my reviews

"Offensive Behavior" is an apt title for this film and is fair warning to those who are considering watching it. For me personally, I found it quite entertaining and funny as it was meant to be. Troma has taken on some really borderline bad/cheesy films (which are sometimes UNintentionally funny and generally eye rollers)- because of that and my familiarity with their films, my expectations were really low. However, this film took me by surprise.

This twisted film takes on pornography film making, necrophilia, nuns who have no business being in a convent, the mafia, Hare Krishnas and gay stereotypes. I don't want to give too much away, but there are a couple of different plot lines that all intersect in a way at the end. There is a lot of bad language and some violence in the film so be aware of that as well.

David Sheard as the gay hairdresser and Janice Gray as the non committed nun/David's mom give great performances and the rest of the cast does an adequate job as well.

For me, the moral of the film is be careful what you wish for, you just might get it and more :). I would be leery recommending this film unless I knew without a shadow of a doubt the person I was recommending it to had a warped and twisted sense of humor and took little offense to anything. If that describes you, check it out - if not, you better pass.


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