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Keyhole (2011)

Maddin’s films feel like jig-saw puzzles where he’s intentionally forced the wrong pieces together just to see if we’re willing to play along and see what happens. Keyhole’s not looking for answers as much as Maddin’s making doodles, the kind of scribbles that invite you to figure them out or give up trying. Continue reading

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