Offensive Behaviour Review
It’s Pulp Fiction with Shock, Schlock and Two Smoking Corpses in Patrick Gilles’ Offensive Behaviour!
Quentin is a destitute filmmaker who resorts to making home-made pornos to achieve his celluloid dreams. Nigel is a sweet and sensetive hairdresser who is reluctantly lured by his mafia hitwoman Mother to take over the family business. A simple mix-up with the mail throws these two into a bizarre story of sex, drugs, murder, necrophilia and hare krishnas, all leading to an explosive climax guaranteed to shock, titilate, tantalize and confound you!
Shot on a shoe-string and over five years in the making, Offensive Behaviour is the most hilarious film to emerge from New Zealand since Peter Jackson‘s Braindead!
About Offensive Behaviour (2004)
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Writers: Patrick Gillies
Director: Patrick Gillies