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Eerie, witty, and unexpectedly moving.
This collective tantrum is another reminder of why people go to the movies: to see others moved.
The work of a sensibility as impish as it is scholarly, animated by a mischievous sense of the medium's possibilities.
This ingenious gizmo will ... delight Maddin fans, or anyone else who enjoys games played with and about old movies.
The hour-long experiment entertainingly answers a question nobody thought to ask: What if Guy Maddin made a Christian Marclay-style assemblage evoking the ghosts of pre-tech San Francisco and Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo?
The experience of watching it is disconcerting and suitably dreamy.
There's no doubt that fans of Maddin's work will appreciate it more, but the spectators with a taste for experimentation will be able to approach and enjoy it. [Full review in Spanish]
Inventive, clever and amusing.
The directors of The Green Fog offer a deliberately sketchy impression of Hitchcock's film; playful and expressionistic rather than strictly mimetic.
The Johnsons' artful editing can make us laugh with its stuttering effect or marvel at a transition so smooth it defies the total mismatch of the two films it bridges.
As revelatory as it is silly.
No one turns snippets of films into such loving, intelligent and amusing collages and homages like the experimental Canadian filmmaker.
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