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guy_maddin_iconThe Magnificent Cinematic Obsession of Guy Maddin

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  1. Saturday, April 11, 2015 6:30 p.m.
Image from the film Archangel.
Literally a film like no other, this weird, wild, and extraordinary photoplay is both melodrama and deadpan parody. With striking black-and-white cinematography and stylized set design, Maddin tells a tale of obsessive love in the arctic Russian town of Archangel, where Bolsheviks, White Russians, and German Huns converge during World War I. (35mm presentation)