Remember when a volleyball saved Tom Hanks from having to spend a whole movie talking to himself in  Castaway ?  Swiss Army Man  (2016) is a little like that if you replace the volleyball with a decomposing body. In this case, the corpse (a/k/a Manny) is played by none other than Daniel “Harry Potter” Radcliffe in what’s fast become a cult classic. In this case, Paul Dano plays the castaway Hank and, for reasons that are hard to explain, Radcliffe does have a speaking role, as does Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Any further questions should be answered by the film itself, which screens this evening as part of the Lynchburg Underground Movie Club series at Riverviews Artspace (901 Jefferson St.). Local film buff Ken Faraoni will be on hand to add some commentary. Admission is $7, and the film screens at 7:30 p.m. For more information, click  here  or call (434) 847-7277.

Remember when a volleyball saved Tom Hanks from having to spend a whole movie talking to himself in Castaway? Swiss Army Man (2016) is a little like that if you replace the volleyball with a decomposing body. In this case, the corpse (a/k/a Manny) is played by none other than Daniel “Harry Potter” Radcliffe in what’s fast become a cult classic. In this case, Paul Dano plays the castaway Hank and, for reasons that are hard to explain, Radcliffe does have a speaking role, as does Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Any further questions should be answered by the film itself, which screens this evening as part of the Lynchburg Underground Movie Club series at Riverviews Artspace (901 Jefferson St.). Local film buff Ken Faraoni will be on hand to add some commentary. Admission is $7, and the film screens at 7:30 p.m. For more information, click here or call (434) 847-7277.