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Below beloved Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin shares a scene from "Keyhole," his black-and-white riff on Homer's "Odyssey," that opens in select theaters this Friday. The Film A long-absent father turns up at the back door of his home carrying a drowned girl over his shoulder. Is he really there? Or is he being dreamt into existence by his abandoned son and wife? The man is a handsome and dangerous gangster right out of a children’s adventure story, the girl the dead and desperately missed girlfriend of the son, but now she lives again, wanders around, only partially drowned now, half alive, half dead and entirely blind. This is a reunion of characters that have torn each other’s hearts apart in the past, but it’s also a reunion of amnesiacs who aren’t quite sure where they are or why. And if anyone or everyone is dead, each »

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