Posted on Monday, January 15, 2007 Peter Sciretta
Already the most talked about film of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival involves bestiality. We don’t get enough with last year the establishment (later renamed sleeping dogs lie)? Apparently not. Documentary from director Robinson Devor (woman chaser, police beat) is about a man who died after sex with horse.
The poster to the left shows a man’s reflection in the eye of the horse. Creepy. The logo reads: “We are not who we appear to be”.
Full details about the film below:
Directed by: Robinson Devor
Written by: Robinson Devor Charles Mudede
Ratings: not rated by the MPAA
The zoo tells the story of a seemingly average businessman whose secret sexual life led to the shock death. No filmmaker Robinson Devor (“woman chaser” and “the company”), the film explores the ensuing media coverage and public outcry that uncovered the secret of beauty on what looks like regular citizens who share this extreme and exotic appetite, revealing a huge gap between what looks like and who we really are.
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