The famous actor through the movie “Harry Potter”, Daniel Radcliffe is trying to change his image by acting as a “undead” in the comedy film titled “Swiss Army Man”. The movie “Swiss Army Man” tells the story of a man stranded on an island and trying to find a way out with the help of the undead.
Many scenes are cute even absurd in this Swiss Army Man movie. Like a corpse that can * apologize * fart, shoot something from the mouth, and much more. The film premiered in the event Sundance Film Festival some time ago, but reportedly not very good audience response.
Besides Daniel Radcliffe, the film made by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert also starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Paul Dano, and many more. The plan of the film “Swiss Army Man” will be released premier on 1 July 2016. Okay we just see Synopsis Swiss Army Man more.
SYNOPSIS Swiss Army Man:
The film “Swiss Army Man” is about a man named Hank (Paul Dano) who washed ashore on a remote island. Desperate and unable to find a way to get out of the island, he decides to commit suicide.
When his neck was in the rope, he saw the figure lying on the beach, he did not want to commit suicide.
It turned out that the body was immobile, but Hank hoped he could still be saved to get together to find a way out of the island.
Sure enough, the person’s body was able to move, talk, and do things that did not make sense, but the person is no more like an undead.
Did Hank get out of the island? Who exactly is the person whose body is lying on the shore? Watch the full story of the movie “Swiss Army Man” just in your favorite theaters.
Movie Details Swiss Army Man:
Director: Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert
Screenplay: Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert
Producer: Miranda Bailey, Lawrence Inglee
Genre: Comedy, drama
Duration: 95 minutes
Release date: July 1, 2016
Production: Blackbird Films, Cold Iron Pictures
Swiss Army Man Movie Players:
Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Sarah
Daniel Radcliffe as Manny
Paul Dano as Hank
Timothy Eulich as Preston
Richard Gross as Hanks Dad
Marika Casteel as Reporter
Andy Hull as Camera Man
Aaron Marshall as Police Officer
Antonia Ribero as Chrissy