Some people can’t wait to leave home. They constantly annoy their friends with comments on how much “it sucks so bad here, man,” and they dream of the day where they can venture off into the great unknown. Others can’t dodge their birthplace. Maybe something terrible happened there, or maybe they’re just cocooned in childhood, but for whatever reason their past haunts them. For Canadian director Guy Maddin, who lived in Winnipeg all his life, his hometown had soured on him. He had to finally make the cut from this place that harbored so much sin and shame, and he... More >>>