Watch now. After being released from prison, Billy is set to visit his parents with his wife, whom he does not actually have. This provokes Billy to act out, as he kidnaps a girl and forces her to act as his wife for the visit. Lonely residents of a tornado-stricken Ohio town wander the deserted landscape trying to fulfill their boring, nihilistic lives. Promises Written in Water is an extremely stripped down abstract romantic story of a man and a woman, both in crisis. Kevin Vincent Gallo is a long-time, professional assassin,
The Brown Bunny
The former downtown it girl and Sassy magazine intern rose to wider fame thanks to 's Kids , picked up an Oscar nomination in for Boys Don't Cry , gained status as a queen of indie cinema, and then took a part in 's Brown Bunny. The film required her to perform "unsimulated" fellatio on director, costar, and former boyfriend Vincent Gallo and the world absolutely lost it. Before the film's premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, there were false reports that her then-representatives at William Morris Agency dropped her. The agency still represents her. It was a different time. Paris Hilton's sex tape wasn't even out then, and it really seemed like Sevigny's career would be forever tarnished by one scene. Of course, the actress was kind of 'whatever' about it then, and is even more so now. Especially because, well, as it turns out her career wasn't ruined by the incident. In fact, she recently explained that part of her reason she decided to do it was to push back against her growing fame at the time, and, ironically, it might have helped her in the long run. As it turned out director John Waters whose film Pink Flamingo also featured unsimulated fellatio happened to be in the audience, and Sevigny gave him a shout out.
5. The Brown Bunny
Though some stunt, er, parts were employed, you are basically watching actors like Charlotte Gainsbourg and Shia LeBeouf engage in the sort of unsimulated activities you associate with porn stars. LeBeouf even sent in a homemade pornographic videotape for his audition. Whatever Happened to NC Movies? These films are cast with A-list movie stars and directed by world-class filmmakers. They are designed to play in multiplexes and art houses. Some have been imported in as prestige foreign films, and others have been produced and distributed by Hollywood studios.
The Brown Bunny is a experimental road drama film written, directed, produced, photographed and edited by Vincent Gallo. It was photographed with handheld 16 mm cameras in various locations throughout the United States, including New Hampshire , Massachusetts , Ohio , Missouri , Utah , Nevada , and California. Following its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival , the film garnered a great deal of media attention because of the explicit final scene between Gallo and Sevigny, as well as a feud between Gallo and the film critic Roger Ebert , who stated that The Brown Bunny was the worst film in the history of Cannes,  although he later gave a re-edited version his signature " thumbs up ". Motorcycle racer Bud Clay undertakes a cross-country drive, following a race in New Hampshire, in order to participate in a race in California. All the while he is haunted by memories of his former lover, Daisy. On his journey he meets three women, but Bud seems to be a lost soul, and he is unable to form an emotional connection with any of them. He first meets Violet at a gas station in New Hampshire and convinces her to join him on his trip.