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Nicolás Zukerfeld’s third feature is a wry, surprising work of filmmaking-as-criticism that traces a mysterious and amusing arc across the vast oeuvre of pantheon auteur Raoul Walsh, before suddenly reinventing itself as an essayistic investigation into memory, cinema, and their shared mutability. Screening with the latest entry in Guy Maddin’s strange universe: a bizarrely humorous and modernist dystopian fable about a carnival mindreader who finally meets his match.
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