“SWISS ARMY MAN is great. Exuberantly sentimental, scatalogical, imaginative, handmade. Just like Daniels' music videos but grander,” said another.
I like Dan Radcliffe but he makes some very questionable choices when it comes to indies.— Jeff Sneider (@TheInSneider) January 23, 2016
SWISS ARMY MAN is great. Exuberantly sentimental, scatalogical, imaginative, handmade. Just like Daniels' music videos but grander. — David Lowery (@davidlowery) January 25, 2016
After the screening, filmmakers and actors from the film participated in a Q&A session, where Radcliffe said he was instantly drawn to the role. “The chance to play a dead guy in this context was too much fun to pass up,” he said. "Originally it was just a fart joke that Dan made to me," Scheinert said. "And then, joking along the way about how the man riding a farting corpse could be a feature, we stumbled on something personal. "It was an opportunity to explore mortality and big ideas but with fart jokes." Like Radcliffe, Dano added he wanted to be apart of the film almost directly after receiving the script. "Once [his character, Hank] was riding the farting body, I was in," he said. More stories: Rod Liddle: ‘Poppers and lube are God’s way of saying gay sex is unnatural’ Porn star Colby Keller bares all in Vivienne Westwood’s latest campaign
I've seen thousands of movies and never seen anything like SWISS ARMY MAN. Insane. Crazy. Like entering a bonkers dream. Wow. #sundance— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) January 23, 2016