Mary Poppins Returns
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Missing Victor Pellerin is an enigmatic and utterly compelling story of incinerated art, unbridled egos and exotic plants.
In 1990, a successful Quebec artist, Victor Pellerin, burned every last one of his paintings, then vanished. Fifteen years later, a clever young woman named Sophie Deraspe decided to make a documentary about this strange occurrence.
An uncanny, uncategorizable film, neither doc- nor mockumentary, Sophie Deraspe's debut feature shares more in common with Nabokov and Borges than recent fake-docs.
Deraspe's film begins as a mystery and becomes a razor-sharp dissection of the self-promotion, pretension and deeply cynical inner workings of the art world.
Generally unmemorable. Perhaps I am too biased against films of subject matters that I know little about.
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