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White Rabbit Is the Latest from Director Tim McCann's Twisted Imagination

10 February 2015 9:00 PM, PST | Village Voice | See recent Village Voice news »

Give Tim McCann credit for his twisted imagination: His see-it-to-believe-it 2005 cheapie Nowhere Man concerns a guy hunting for his own severed penis, sliced off by his ex-fiancée, who's now hiding out with the organ in the residence of her former porn-movie co-star. While not quite that outré-sounding, McCann's latest, White Rabbit, boasts its own head-turning premise: Bullied adolescent Harlon (Nick Krause) can't shake the torment of his memory of shooting a rabbit at close range as a child. In the tense opening, Krause has a black eye, sports slicked-back hair, and wears dark, fingerless gloves — a far cry from his dopey guise in The Descendants. The rest of the movie, shot in gun-country Louisiana (overgrown weeds, rusty sw »

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