The trailer for Daniel Radcliffe and Paul Dano’s movie Swiss Army Man released on social media garnering a lot of attention.
After working as Frankenstein’s assistant in 2015’s Victor Frankenstein, Daniel Radcliffe might have gotten interested in animated corpses. That’s just what he is in the latest trailer of Swiss Army Man which was released by A24 on You Tube. The trailer quickly received a lot of attention from the internet.
The trailer stars Paul Dano as a stranded man who is trying to hang himself as he stands on a portable cooler. He is almost off the cooler when he sees a dead body in the distance and in his awe, he slips off the cooler.
Luckily the rope breaks and Paul’s character makes his way to the washed up body and puts his ear close to the dead body and moves down when it farts as soon as he reaches the lower abdomen.
He then transports the body to his cave and we get a general idea from the greying palor and lifeless eyes, that the dead Daniel Radcliffe is not among the living anymore.
However, a very hungry and hallucinating Paul Dano seems to notice that the body replies to his questions, calls him perfect and he could help him get back to the world.
As the trailer progresses, we see Dano use Radcliffe’s ‘dead body’ for different purposes including a fresh water tap, a singing body, a puppet, a bow arrow, a machine gun, a wood cutter and an accomplice while Dano narrates that there are seven billion other people in the world and you might be lucky enough to meet the one person with whom you can spend the rest of your life with.
Dano is also dressed in a yellow dress as Daniel’s character and the viewers get a glimpse of Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s character on the smart phone covered in a zip lock bag.
We also see them drowning and there is also a scene where Daniel has a plug in his ear with a twine saying that this is the world he forgot.
The completely bizarre ending scene features Dano riding Radcliffe like a surf board across the ocean supposedly propelled by the corpses farts. It is a film directed by Daniels hitting the theatres this summer.
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The film has already opened at the Sundance Film Festival. While some people could not digest the premise of the story and left before the screening ended, those who stayed to watch the whole movie gave it rave reviews.