The Hong Kong import Vulgariadoes live up to its name. It sure does deliver its otherwise tender story of a man trying to get ahead and stay connected with his daughter through a divorce with a filthy sensibility. As Rob Hunter explained in his review, “The crassness is all delivered via fast, funny and profane dialogue that more often than not plays into the story.” It’s a movie that includes an awkward moment with at least one mule, but it’s got heart!
That said, there isn’t much of the ‘heart’ in this exclusive clip we’ve wrestled away from the folks at China Lion Entertainment. It does, however, explain how a film producer is like the hair in between your legs. And it’s distressingly funny.
Vulgaria opens in limited release in the US on September 28, just after being very well-received at Fantastic Fest.
It reminds me of the Jeff Daniels speech in the pilot of The Newsroom, but more interesting…
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