The Bunny Game

January 3rd, 2010







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Plot
A prostitute looking for her next meal hitches a ride with a trucker that leaves her praying for her next breath.

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 5.0/10 (152 voted)

Director: Adam Rehmeier

Stars: Rodleen Getsic, Norwood Fisher, Gregg Gilmore

Storyline
A prostitute looking for her next meal hitches a ride with a trucker that leaves her praying for her next breath.

Writers: Adam Rehmeier, Rodleen Getsic

Cast:
Rodleen Getsic - Bunny
Norwood Fisher - Sticky Fingers
Gregg Gilmore - Jonas
Paul Ill - The Pusher
Loki - Belt Whip John
Drettie Page - Martyr
Jeff F. Renfro - Hog
Curtis Reynolds - Predatory John
Jason Timms - Back Alley John
Coriander Womack - Victim



Details

Official Website: Official site |

Release Date: 3 Jan 2010



User Review

Interesting, just far too long for a feature length film.

Rating: 5/10

Despite having little dialogue and no back story, i found myself sympathising with the title character pretty quickly. This could be due to Rodleen Getsic's charisma and style, there's no doubt to the fact that she is excellent in this film. Her performance is aided (at least in part) by the chaotic drug-fueled style in which the director has filmed it, which really bring you into the psyche of the young woman we are following. The first 10 minutes of this film truly are a work of art, simply put.

That being said, this movie has a major downfall. It's just too long. there is not enough content to stretch this into a feature length film. Half of the time you're waiting for something to happen while a scene goes in circles with no real aim. I counted about 10 minutes where the trucker is just playing with the bunny girls unconscious body.

Then there's long drawn out portions where literally nothing happens, the aim was probably to build atmosphere, but all it does is bore. Even at the end we're left with 3 or 4 minutes view of an empty road with static playing on the radio inside the truck.

When you consider all this wasted time and the fact that the film only comes in at 70-something minutes, you'll probably agree this would have worked so much better as a short film. In fact if re-cut to 30 minutes, it coud be quite a poignant, evocative film.

There is definitely a lot of promise for those involved in the making of this film, so i'll be keeping an eye out for Adam Rehmeier's later pictures. And overall i would recommend you give this a watch.









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