Bunny and the Bull (15)

BUNNY and the Bull (15) is the first feature film by The Mighty Boosh director Paul King. It tells the story of Stephen Turnbull, who embarks on an imaginary road trip in his grimy flat based on his memories of a European trek he made years before with h

BUNNY and the Bull (15) is the first feature film by The Mighty Boosh director Paul King.

It tells the story of Stephen Turnbull, who embarks on an imaginary road trip in his grimy flat based on his memories of a European trek he made years before with his madcap friend Bunny.

Turnbull, played by Edward Hogg, is a creature of habit who hasn't been outside his flat for months but an infestation of mice forces him out and he starts thinking about the disastrous trip he made with Bunny, a womanising, gambling-addicted drunk.

Bunny and the Bull is offbeat and at times hilarious - particularly deadpan Bunny, who is played by Simon Farnaby, pictured left, who constantly exasperates and horrifies Turnbull, but ultimately it is a tale of friendship and love.


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