Go, See, Talk! Review: Klown, 2012, dir. Mikkel Nørgaard

Klown pushes the envelope so much that I’m amazed I managed more than 900 words on the matter over at Go, See, Talk!. Fans of gross-out comedy might find themselves a bit outmatched by the capstone effort of the Danish television series, Klovn, brought to lascivious life by Frank Hvam and Casper Christensen (who created the show, wrote the film, and star in both as alternate versions of themselves); you might be caught off-guard by how far these two are willing to go to shock their audience, or what they’ll do just for the sake of an appalled laugh. Lock up your grandmothers, your adolescent nephews, and your high school students– Frank and Casper take no prisoners in their comedy of horrible, tasteless errors. As is so often the case, you may enjoy my review in its entirety here.

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  1. Pingback: Review: Klown Forever, 2016, dir. Mikkel Nørgaard | A Constant Visual Feast

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