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Men & Chicken in theaters tomorrow

 

Men & Chicken in theaters April 22nd / Drafthouse Films

The hilarious looking bro -bromance comedy MEN & CHICKEN is hitting theaters tomorrow. Drafthouse films will release the Fantastic Fest award winner in limited theaters in New York and LA tomorrow April 22nd.. This bizarre film follows two brothers that find out they have an adopted sibling through a will and go on to find out there are more brothers in the fold. This is a comedy you want to keep your eyes out for so if you aren’t in any of the selected cities look for updates on more screenings and VOD information in the near future. Also check back in the future for a review from us in the near future.

Men & Chicken is a darkly hilarious slapstick comedy starring Mads Mikkelsen (“Hannibal,” ingeniously cast against type) about a pair of socially-challenged siblings who discover they are adopted half-brothers in their late father’s videotaped will. Their journey in search of their true father takes them to the small, insular Danish island of Ork, where they stumble upon  three additional half-brothers—each also sporting hereditary harelips and lunatic tendencies—living in a dilapidated mansion overrun by barn animals. Initially unwelcome by their newfound kin, the two visitors stubbornly wear them down until they’re reluctantly invited to stay. As the misfit bunch get to know each other, they unwittingly uncover a deep family secret that ultimately binds them together.

This inventively bizarre and outlandish comedy is directed by acclaimed, Oscar®-winning director Anders Thomas Jensen and also stars David Dencik (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo).

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