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City’s choice: movies 

Vincent Gallo has attracted plenty of attention with his new film, The Brown Bunny, the follow-up to Buffalo '66. Not one to leave his vision up to fate (or collaboration) --- Gallo wrote, starred in, directed, edited, and composed the music for Bunny. It tells the story of Bud Clay (Gallo), a motorcycle racer riding cross-country, meeting and leaving various women, and reminiscing about his true love (Chloe Sevigny --- both actors are pictured). Titters over the movie's explicit sex scene, captured in a blurry billboard over Los Angeles, had buzz going even before the movie's limited release. There's only one chance to see it in the Rochester area (and you'll see Gallo's post-Cannes, re-edited print), when it screens on Saturday, October 2, at the Dryden Theatre, George Eastman House, 900 East Avenue, at 8 and 10:30 p.m. $6. 271-4090,


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