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My Winnipeg

Director Guy Maddin Contemplates His Canadian Hometown in Dreamlike ‘My Winnipeg’

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CHICAGO – The distinct, gauzy style of director Guy Maddin has created unique cinematic prisms to look through including his depression-era meditation in “The Saddest Music in the World”.

In his latest film, which is a documentary of sorts, Maddin explores his own life through his hometown of Winnipeg in western Canada.

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