Literally the nicest thing that I can say about The Bunny Game is that it's competently made. The video quality is good, and the director has a fair grasp on how to hold and move the camera. But technical competency aside, it's a difficult sit. The main character, who admittedly is played with earnesty and commitment by Rodleen Getsic, doesn't have a real personality, her only distinguishing trait being that she's a rampant drug addict, which is a character description to be featured on the DVD box, not something that makes her relatable or likable. The film is endlessly repetitive, full of loud, hyperactive editing and countless shots of a fat, creepy truck driver licking our protagonist. It fails to be interesting or involving, opting simply for exploitative, and despite being only 76 minutes, you'll lose patience with it long before it ends.