In two bizarre visions from director Taylor Cohan, we find experimental comedy at its most absurd and nonsensical. “Sorry For Farting So Much in the Car Growing Up” (which has nothing to do with its title) is a ludicrous brainbuster that takes place in, what seems to be, a glitching life simulation. It’s pretty indescribable, but here’s an attempt: Jimmy is a New York City resident who makes a movie. When it’s done, he shows it to his parents, and they are very proud of him. Later, Jimmy’s parents discover the truth is not being told, sending them into a frenzy. In “Smoked Salmon,” a man in a suit wanders around a cemetery, muttering to himself, bemoaning the state of the world (“we’re bad, bad, bad, bad”). In both films, the absurdity and repetition do the selling, and with its odd casting choices and intentionally terrible acting, both are hysterical bits of anything goes madness. Sorry For Farting So Much In The Car Growing Up [Watch on YouTube] (6 minutes). Directed by Taylor Cohan. Starring Danny Chapman, Vincent Leong, Nicole Nelson, Sansha Bonett, and Edgar Mont D O’. DP: Marc Dunham. Editor: Michael Kefeyalew. Smoked Salmon [Watch on YouTube]. (3 minutes). Directed by Taylor Cohan. Starring Vincent Leong.