Bunny Chow

Genre : Comedy
Type : Fiction
Column : Cinema/tv
Year of production : 2006
Format : Feature
http://www.bunnychowmovie.com

Bunny Chow follows the raucous and often ridiculous weekend journey of three stand up comedians. Ego's run high and careers are at stake as Kags, an arrogant womaniser, Joey a devout yet conflicted Muslim and Dave a somewhat innocent and naive "dishwasher" with dreams of making it big on the comedy scene, embark on a road trip to Oppikoppi, South Africa's biggest annual rock festival.

The trio slip out of their normal lives for a few dusty and increasingly absurd days with hopes of mass debauchery, drugs, rampant sex, true love and conquering the rock stages with their comedy, but they get a bit more than they bargained for.

Scénario/Screenplay: John Barker, David Kibuuka ; Images/Camera: Zeno Petersen ; Son/Sound: Rhomeez Petersen ; Montage/Editing: Soki Bergh ; Musique/Music: Joel Assaizky ; Décor/Set design: Kezia Eales ; Interprètes/Cast: David Kibuuka, Kagiso Lediga, Joey Rasdien,… ; Durée/Length: 1h35 - Format: 35mm - Couleur



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2007 | Cannes Film Festival | CANNES, France | 17-27 May 2007 | www.lescinemasdusud.org |
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2003 | Festival panafricain du cinéma et de la télévision (FESPACO) | OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso | 24 février - 03 mars 2007 | fespaco.bf |
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