Swiss Army Man — Music Video: The 'Montage' Song


added: Wed, Jun 1st '16

Branded as the Daniel Radcliffe-Paul Dano farting corpse movie, "Swiss Army Man" will perhaps go down as the weirdest film of the year. Now, it has received an equally strange music video, featuring the symphonic tune "Montage" from the movie's soundtrack.

Performed and composed by Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, members of the indie rock band 'Manchester Orchestra,' the song, itself, is featuring the vocal talents of the film's two stars, Radcliffe and Dano, who are crooning out whimsical lyrics like "Pop ... Popcorn. Pop ... Popcorn."

Centering on an imaginative relationship between an enormously lonely castaway (Dano) and a corpse with extraordinary farting abilities (Radcliffe), "Swiss Army Man" is written and directed by music video helmers and first-time feature directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (known by the moniker "Daniels") who won a Directing Award at this year's Sundance Film Festival.

Radcliffe has stated that he believes the soundtrack, specifically the "Montage" song, deserves an Academy Award nomination. Hey, stranger things have happened.

"Swiss Army Man" is due out on June 24th.

Hank (Paul Dano), a hopeless man stranded in the wild, discovers a mysterious dead body (Daniel Radcliffe). Together the two embark on an epic journey to get home. As Hank realizes the body is the key to his survival, this once-suicidal man is forced to convince a dead body that life is worth living.


directed by   Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan (aka "Daniels")

starring   Paul Dano, Daniel Radcliffe, Mary Elizabeth Winstead

release date   June 24, 2016 (NY, LA) -- July 1, 2016 (Expands wide)

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