The Brown Bunny / one sheet / yellow style / USA


The Brown Bunny
Year of Film
Vincent Gallo
Vincent Gallo, Chloë Sevigny, Cheryl Tiegs, Elizabeth Blake, Anna Vareschi, Mary Morasky
Origin of Film
USA | Japan | France
Genre(s) of Film
Type of Poster
One sheet
Style of Poster
Yellow style
Origin of Poster
Year of Poster
Size (inches)
28 1/16" x 39 12/16"
SS or DS

Yes, this is the film where Vincent Gallo drives a motorbike around looking glum, crying occasionally and meeting random women before receiving an un-simulated blowjob from Chloë Sevigny. Gallo plays racer Bud Clay who is on a cross country trip to a track in California and is trying to repress memories of his one true love, Daisy (Sevigny), by meeting different women along the way. The actor was also the film’s director, screenwriter, editor and took care of almost all of the other technical details.

The film’s first cut was roughly 25 minutes longer than the one that was eventually released worldwide. Its re-editing was as a result of the savaging it received at the Cannes Film Festival. Legendary critic Roger Ebert declared the film to be the worst in the history of the festival, which saw him and Gallo enter into a war of words, with the director calling Ebert a ‘fat pig with the physique of a slave trader.’ The critic responded by paraphrasing a statement attributed to Winston Churchill, saying that ‘one day I will be thin, but Vincent Gallo will always be the director of The Brown Bunny.’ When the new cut was released in the US Ebert surprised many by giving it his signature thumbs up.

For a cool $1,000,000 you can actually purchase the main man’s little swimmers, should you want to birth the next generation Gallo, whilst $50,000 will net you a night with him (ladies only).

This is the American one sheet for the original 2004 release of the film into a limited number of smaller cinemas. There’s also a one sheet that features a similar image but is mostly white (no yellow) and is often referred to as the teaser.

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  1. Author
    Posted by Joe
    Date Posted
    on 17 September 2021


    Thank you for making all of these wonderful posters available to view through this site. It really is a great resource for film fans.

    I would love to display this poster in my home and wanted to know if it was possible to get a hi res file that I could then take to be printed. I’d be happy to pay a fee if this is something that is possible but if not, then no problem and thanks again for the great site!