'Keyhole' Review: Where Cops and Robbers Meet Fantasy and Reality

Decades before "The Artist," Canadian director Guy Maddin was mining the look, feel and sound of silent cinema and early talkies for his stylish and provocative films. When "Grindhouse" directors Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino were deliberately putting scratches and missing frames into their film to make it look like an old print from the 1970s, they were picking up tricks that Maddin was doing back in the ’90s with early films like "Careful" and "Archangel." Read More...



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