|Producer:||Ulrich Thomsen, Henrik Puggaard|
|DoP:||Anthony Dod Mantle|
|Editor:||Søren B. Ebbe, Ulrich Thomsen, Matthew Levy|
|Cast:||Antony Starr, Ewen Bremner, W. Earl Brown, Joshua Harto, Clark Middleton|
|Production:||Pro Tempore Film|
Welcome to Gutterbee! Never heard small town in America, where everything what is unpredictable could be great again and everyone believes in someone just for empty promises to put them back on track. 100% independent Danish comedy smartly pretends as an American western with hilarious German flavours, delightfully shot by Anthony Dod Mantle (“Slumdog Millionaire”, “Dogville”, “127 Hours”).
Genuinely charming and rich satire enters mysterious territories of Coen Bros. and David Lynch. A handful of colourfully naive dreamers live among horses and noisy rooster. They are plenty of fine activities around, but two hopeless cowboys join forces in a quest to serve delicious German sausages as a special dish in newly opened restaurant. Scheming manipulations, cold-hearted betrayals, creepy punishments are unavoidable in this shady business among jealous and greedy locals.
Prominent actor Ulrich Thomsen (“The Celebration”, “Adam’s Apples”, “In a Better World”, “Brothers”, “The World is not Enough”, “Kingdom of Heaven”, P. Sorrentino’s “The New Pope”) ironically mocks forever bright and promising American Dream in his second directorial film. Let’s joke about global warming, racism, agriculture goals, identity crisis, homophobia, consumerism (when you are offered to buy a wife without hidden taxes) in rhythms of German dances and sounds of country music.