You remind me of the chair.
The chair with the power.
The power of the chair.
Stop it now, we’ve already done Labyrinth and revisiting these things doesn’t end well. Just ask the second season the Dark Crystal: Age of resistance…oh, you can’t. Anyway:
This is Power Of The Chair.
Severe, pale-eyed, handsome, Keith Hyland is brutally beguiling. He can castrate a bull calf with two swift slashes of his knife; he swims naked in the river, smearing his body with mud. Yep, Keith can really make dinner parties awkward.
Some say that beneath this cool, cruel exterior lies a secret. A secret buried deep from the others on his ranch. After a hard day’s ranching, herding and castrating (with only a 90 minute break for corned beef butties and a game of Wordle), there’s nothing that ol’ Keith likes to do more than have a bloody good sit down.
This, is The Power Of The Chair.
Sure, he pretends that standing is his bag, we’ve all seen him walk and lie down… but deep down he just really likes to sit. He sits all over the place.
This is, The Power Of The Chair.
Powerful, thought provoking, padded and four legged – The Power Of The Chair will have you running from the cinema and straight into the nearest Dunelm or Furniture Outlet Village.
Nominated for several academy awards including Jamie Cunliffe as best supporting actor with his portrayal of Mungo.
This is. The. Power. Of. The. Chair.