Joseph Lopez, Elena McGhee
A 70-something puppeteer struggling to come to terms with a breakup puts on the most heartbreakingly personal show of his life to an audience of strangers. Writer/director Andrew Fuchs (HEY STRANGER), with his remarkable lead Joseph Lopez, have made one of the most haunting films this side of oblivion, a depiction of trauma and grief processed through art that will suck the breath from your lungs. – Mitch Davis
In this bittersweet story of unrequited love, Young-mi is released from jail after helping her secret flame embezzle money from their employer, and is confronted by his belligerent wife on the way out.
Directed by Larry Kent, a Montreal melodrama in the time of Vietnam, class conflict and student protests, starring Claire Pimparé.
Once banned, now celebrated, Larry Kent’s legendary 1963 debut — and Canada’s first underground feature — is given new life in a miraculous new 4K restoration by Canadian International Pictures.