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Swiss Army Man Apple Store presentation

Finally got around to adding these photos of Dan with Paul Dano at the Apple Store talking about ‘Swiss Army Man’.

   

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2016 Sundance Film Festival

Swiss Army Man is one of the films lined up for viewing at this year’s big film festival. Here is a short synopsis from Indiewire. Written by Eric Kohn.

This U.S. competition entry stars Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe in a drama featuring a man who finds a dead body in the wilderness and forms a strange bond with it. With name actors and the seemingly familiar formula of the survivalist drama, this one might sound familiar. But there’s more going on here. Writer-directors Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan make their feature-length debut here, but have steadily developed a following in the music video world for several years. Their 2010 video for The Hundred and The Hands infamously features vomiting fireworks and other disorienting developments in one girl’s depraved night; their short film, “Interesting Ball,” focuses on the unlikely exploits of a bouncing red ball that spends the day at the beach.

In essence, they’ve already crafted a brand as unorthodox storytellers, and “Swiss Army Man” is poised to continue that trend. Sales agents are reportedly keeping the film on wraps while generating buzz, but Cooper described the filmmakers as “visionaries who take no prisoners,” adding that “it’s a really wild film that I hope creates both confusion and excitement.” —EK

Here is an official picture from the film that has been released featuring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe.

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Dan joins ‘Swiss Army Man’

Indie flick Swiss Army Man picked up a strong trio for its leads: Daniel RadcliffePaul Dano, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. The plot for the surrealist comedy follows a man who is stranded in the wild, where he finds and befriends a dead body. Production begins in July. Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert will direct the film.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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