April 7, 2011 12:49

Pete Doherty and Macaulay Culkin star in 'ketamine'-fuelled Adam Green film

Plus Dev Hynes and Jeffrey Lewis pop up in fantasy movie

Pete Doherty and Macaulay Culkin star in 'ketamine'-fuelled Adam Green film
Macaulay Culkin stars alongside a cast of indie muscians in a bizarre new film made by Adam Green.

New York folk hipster Green has made the surreal 70-minute movie The Wrong Ferarri, tagged A Screwball Tragedy By Adam Green.

He managed to recruit the former Home Alone child star, who appears alongside other established actors. The film also features cameos from Pete Doherty, Dev Hynes, Jeffrey Lewis and Sky Ferreira.

You can watch the film over at Thewrongferarri.com.

The flick follows Green and his band as they head off on a surreal adventure which sees them transported into a Super Mario game in an avant garde fantasy, apparently fuelled by ketamine.

He also reveals his penis in the film, which was shot entirely on an iPhone.

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