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Funny Bunny (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 15 March 2015 (USA)
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A latchkey trust-funder and a hapless anti-childhood-obesity crusader bond as they vie for the heart of a troubled animal activist.


Alison Bagnall


Alison Bagnall, Olly Alexander (co-writer) | 2 more credits »
6 wins & 8 nominations. See more awards »



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Credited cast:
Olly Alexander ... Titty
Kentucker Audley ... Gene
Joslyn Jensen ... Ginger
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Albert Birney Albert Birney ... Albert
Donald Ian Black ... Diner Manager
Marisa Brown ... Mom in Diner
Louis Cancelmi ... Peter
Caridad 'La Bruja' De La Luz ... Isela
Josephine Decker
Grace Gonglewski Grace Gonglewski ... Christine
Anna Margaret Hollyman ... Anna
Brett Kaminsky Brett Kaminsky ... Kid in Diner
Jeb Kreager ... Dad in Diner
Anna O'Donoghue Anna O'Donoghue ... Penny
Brian Osborne ... Convict


An awkward, reclusive, unusual young man with a wealth of trust fund money strikes up a friend with a hapless anti-obesity crusader who comes knocking on his door for donations. This strange new friendship is threatened by the arrival of a quiet, withdrawn animal rights activist named Ginger, as the two soon find themselves vying for her affection in this weird and whimsical comedy. Written by FilmBuff

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Release Date:

15 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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Króliczek See more »

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA See more »

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Shot on a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Director Alison Bagnall :"We shot on the Canon 5D Mark II. I asked my DP Ashley Connor what cameras she liked. She told me, almost embarrassed, that she wasn't 'that into gear'. I loved that. There's a saying to 'beware of the man who has only one gun - he'll know how to use it.' That's Ashley. Ashley knew the 5D so well, and the settings and software, and people exclaim that the images in this film look like paintings. The movie gives you a real 'art hit.' That's because Ashley is an artist through and through." [2015] See more »

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Truth in reviewing--this is a review of the first 25 minutes of the movie
26 November 2015 | by Red-125See all my reviews

Funny Bunny (2015) was co-written and directed by Alison Bagnall. It's a terrible film. Well, the first 25 minutes were terrible.

There's a guy going door to door with a clipboard, talking to people about childhood obesity. (Factually correct, but who pays him to do this?) There's a weird rich kid who thinks he's an owl. There's a scam artist who threatens them both with a huge knife. (She's angry because the rich kid has bought her a bicycle. She keeps the bike.) There's an animal rights activist, who has a website on which he harangues his meager audience about the evils of factory farming. (Again, he's factually correct, but who will listen to him?)

All of these people end up at an animal rights meeting. According to someone at the meeting, a pig has the intellect of a three-year-old child. One of the people at the meeting suggests that they kill his nephew, because he's three years old, which will make a statement about three-year-old sentient beings. (His suggestion is rejected, but it was considered carefully.) That's when we left.

This was the closing film of the High Falls Film Festival in Rochester, NY. I just don't know what the selection committee had in mind.

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