Sasquatch Sunset
Title: Sasquatch Sunset
Release year: 2024
Country: United States
Directors: David Zellner, Nathan Zellner
Stars: Jesse Eisenberg, Riley Keough, Christophe Zajac-Denek
Rating: 3/5

A year in the life of a unique family. It captures the daily life of the Sasquatch with a level of detail and rigor that is simply unforgettable.

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Sasquatch Sunset: A Hilariously Strange Look at Bigfoot Family Life

2024-04-22

Sasquatch Sunset isn’t your typical Bigfoot flick. Forget blurry glimpses and shaky cam footage. This 2024 Zellner Brothers creation dives headfirst into the day-to-day existence of a Sasquatch family, played by none other than Jesse Eisenberg and Riley Keough under impressive prosthetics.

The movie ditches dialogue entirely, relying on physical humor, expressive grunts, and stunning nature cinematography (courtesy of Mike Gioulakis) to tell its story. It’s a bold choice, one that won’t be for everyone. Be prepared for some moments that are equal parts hilarious and grotesque, with the Zellners gleefully pushing the boundaries of what a “family film” can be.

Sasquatch Sunset finds its humor in the familiar – the squabbles between siblings, the struggle to find food, and the awkwardness of teenage Sasquatch life. Yet, beneath the silliness, there’s a surprising tenderness. The bond between this hairy family is undeniable, and the film’s exploration of themes like nature vs. civilization resonates.

While the slow pacing and unflinching focus on bodily functions might test some viewers’ patience, Sasquatch Sunset is a unique and unforgettable experience. Those seeking a wild ride filled with offbeat humor and a surprisingly touching portrayal of a Sasquatch family will find plenty to enjoy.

**Score: 3 out of 5**

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AKA: Sasquatch Sunset,Закат снежного человека
Christophe Zajac-Denek,Jesse Eisenberg,Nathan Zellner,Riley Keough