Controversy abounds as the BBFC decide to ban Trinity X’s upcoming release THE BUNNY GAME. The recently formed DVD genre distribution arm of UK-based film distributor Trinity, today described the BBFC’s decision to ban THE BUNNY GAME as “disappointing, worrying and sad”.

Mark Sandell, co-director of Trinity, who acquired the film during Cannes this year, went on to say: “We knew the film was challenging and confrontational, but also felt, as a independent filmmaker, Adam Rehmeir (the director), had a highly original filmic eye and had elicited powerful performances from the cast. We did imagine that the BBFC might ask for cuts but an outright ban gives the film a twisted notoriety that, quite frankly, it doesn’t warrant”.

Adam Rehmeier, the director commented : “Rodleen and I didn’t make ‘The Bunny Game’ to glamorise prostitution. It is far from an erotic film. It is a modern cautionary tale grounded in reality.” Trinity are currently considering its options.

THE BUNNY GAME, which has been described as ‘taking psychological and physical terror to new extremes’ centres around a drug-addicted prostitute, Bunny, played by Rodleen Getsic, who is kidnapped by a truck driver (Jeff Renfro) and subjected to a harrowing series of sadistic and torturous ‘games’.

Trinity X recently released Simon Rumley’s acclaimed RED WHITE & BLUE, and have three more titles planned for release early 2012, to be announced soon.


Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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