• Bitter Years
  • Steelers: The World's First Gay Rugby Club
  • Always Amber
  • One in a Thousand
  • Dispatches from Elsewhere
  • Days
  • My Fiona
  • Kill Me to Death
  • Jumbo
  • If It Were Love
  • Exile
  • Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn
  • Twenties
  • Neubau
  • Present Still Perfect
  • Lawyer (The)
  • Pride & Protest
  • Reines de la Nuit (Les)
  • Busy Inside
  • Midnight Kiss
  • Ask Any Buddy
  • Suk Suk
  • Night at Switch n' Play (A)
  • No Place Like Home
  • Thing About Harry (The)
  • Make Up
  • Viaje de Mona Lisa (El)
  • 4 Cuerpos
  • Forbidden Fashion (The)
  • Transgender Nation
  • Everybody's Everything
  • Blind Spot
  • James Vs. His Future Self
  • Our Ladies
  • Lazy Susan
  • Like A Boss
  • Paris Calligrammes
  • Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway
  • Margin of Error
  • Let There Be Light


Country: Denmark, Language: English, 107 mins

  • Director: Ulrich Thomsen
  • Writer: Ulrich Thomsen
  • Producer: Ulrich Thomsen; Jim Burleson; Ali Jazayeri; Viviana Zarragoitia

CGiii Comment

GUTTERBEE is a character-driven comedy about friendship and sausage–the German sausage, that is. Set in small-town America, it’s a story about two men who are hopeless dreamers and who join forces in a quest to erect the ultimate German sausage restaurant: the Gourmet House of Refuge. GUTTERBEE is also a social satire about the nexus of fear, where religion becomes an intellectual cul-de-sac, and racism, homophobia, and intolerance reign supreme.


Cast & Characters

Antony Starr as Mike Dankworth McCoid;
W. Earl Brown as Jimmy Jerry Lee Jones Jr.;
Ewen Bremner as Edward Hofler;
Clark Middleton as Luke Kenneth Hosewall;
Sarah Minnich as Carol Anne;
Gareth Williams as William;
Chance Kelly as Sheriff T.J Brown;
Joshua Harto as Hank;
Luce Rains as Merle;
Christopher Hagen as Earl;
Pia Mechler as Sue;
Stephanie Hill as Citizen;
Taylor C Morgan as Tyrolean Dancer;
LynNita Ellis as Citizen;
Holly Adams as Britt;
J. Nathan Simmons as Citizen;
Brad Lund as Tyrolean Dancer;
David Hight as Cowboy;
Lucinda Marker as Tyrolean Dancer;
Christian Pedersen as Dusty