Hundreds of Beavers12A

Directed by Mike Cheslik | USA | 2022 | 1h 48m | Starring Ryland Brickson Cole Tews, Olivia Graves, Wes Tank, Doug Mancheski, Luis Rico

A drunken applejack salesman aspires to become the greatest fur trapper in North America. His only obstacle? Hundreds of gigantic, pesky beavers. Combining the charm of silent-era slapstick comedy with the intensity of a live-action Looney Tunes, Mike Cheslik’s zany debut stands out as one of the most creatively entertaining releases of the year.

Reviews

‘A multimedia extravaganza of frozen idiocy, Hundreds of Beavers is a slapstick tour de force.’
★★★★
Jacob Oller, Paste Magazine

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