Daniel Radcliffe's new film didn't exactly receive the best reaction at this year's Sundance Film Festival, with a load of critics walking out mid-movie thanks to the whole thing essentially being the tale of a farting corpse. A farting corpse with a boner.
Yup, SWISS ARMY MAN stars Paul Dano as a male human who finds himself stranded on an island with nothing but a flatulent corpse for company. He even uses said corpse as a raft, utilising its erect penis as a sort of steering device.
DanRad had ~the~ best response to criticism of the film though, telling The Hollywood Reporter: "I love that it's this perverse and mad. It's exciting, to be honest, using farts other than comedy, like using them for plot and emotion and making some people super uncomfortable... There is something wonderful about it.
"I loved the physical challenge of it. I loved seeing how painful I could make things look."
Director Daniel Kwan is also well pleased with the press coverage, saying: "If you read the headlines, they're just amazing. I couldn't have written them better myself."
"One of my favourite moments is when you use my boner as a compass," added Daniel, talking to co-star Dano. "I love that."
So basically they all give zero fucks, and that's pretty great.