Jim Jefferies: Fully Functional Trailer

Jim Jefferies: Fully Functional Trailer (2012)

30 October 2012 Comedy 60 mins

There's something magical about an Australian accent that seems to make even the most caustic wit come off with good-natured charm. And that delicate blend of deviant behavior and good intentions has skyrocketed Aussie comic Jim Jefferies to international acclaim with critics and fans alike. In this new hour-long special, the man hailed by Q Magazine as "Britain's most offensive stand-up comedian" shares fresh tales from his life on the edge, including a menage a trois in Montreal and attending a party where God is on the guest list.

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Cast

Jim Jefferies

as Himself

Crew

Jay Chapman

Jay Chapman Producer

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United States 30 October 2012

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