This scenario from my imagination shows Jesus visiting a clinically depressed Paul McCartney. He is sitting on Paul’s right side and slides a Lamb chop Puppet in to Paul’s peripheral field of vision. Paul hasn’t bothered to get out of his robe. His white socks dangle off the ends of his toes. He is depressed and disheveled. On the wall behind him is the cause of his plight… Yoko…
Who is the happy, house-cleaning angel supposed to represent, I wonder?
The painting is currently on eBay and has a “Buy It Now” for $177,000.000.
Klown is based on the six-season Danish TV show starring comedians Frank Hvam and Casper Christensen.
Mikkel Nøgaard’s Klown has been hailed as “raunchy, fearless and awesome!” (Eric Kohn, indieWIRE). Based on a popular six-season television show by the same name, Klown is an uproarious comedy that follows two wildly inappropriate friends as they run amok through the Danish countryside plowing through social taboos and unspeakable debaucheries.
“No boundary is too taboo for this incredibly funny and utterly fearless film,” says Drafthouse Films’ Director of Acquisitions Evan Husney, “and for that reason Mikkel Nørgaard’s film is a perfect fit in our roster of incredibly unique and provocative works. Klown is soon to become a household name amongst comedy fans across the country.”
Klown follows two friends, Frank and Casper, as they embark on a canoe trip that thinly veils their true intentions of a weekend of debauchery. When Frank discovers his girlfriend is pregnant and having doubts about his ability to be a father, Frank “kidnaps” her 12-year-old nephew and brings him along for the ride. Despite their new impressionable travel companion, Frank and Casper make no changes to their original raunchy itinerary. What follows is a hilarious series of misadventures.
Producer/director Todd Phillips (The Hangover) is currently working on an American re-make of Klown starring Danny McBride. Fuck yeah!
Got to love Drafthouse Films for helping to keep the grindhouse, arthouse and indie film scene alive.