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Reel Forecast: The week where I let the trailers speak for the films

Posted by Andrés / April 23, 2010

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Watch trailers for repertory films for FRIDAY APR 23 to THURSDAY APR 29

Call me lazy or call me revelatory: my methods are sound. Rather than attempt to describe in words what we are to experience with our eyes and ears, and after a troubling night trying to put down in words what I experienced in music, I've decided to experiment once again with formatting. Within you can watch select trailers for films playing at repertory houses in Montréal this week. Those with slow(er) connections be warned: lots of loading within.

The Proposition screens Friday & Saturday at Cinémathèque québécoise (More Info). One of the finest Australian films of the 2000s, written and scored by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis:

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The Maid premieres Friday at Cinema du Parc (More Info):

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Greed, Erich von Stroheim's epic, screens Friday at the Cinémathèque québécoise, while the four-hour Greed, a reconstruction with still images and intertitles recreating the lost portions, screens on Sunday. (More Info) The below is newsreel footage of the making of the film:

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Lulu & Jimi screens Thursday at the Goethe Institut (More Info):

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Ulzhan screens at Théâtre Outremont on Monday (More Info):

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My Dear Enemy, presented by Cine-Asie, screens at the AMC screens all week. I reviewed this one for Fantasia Film Festival. It's a simple comedic drama with real heart in the interactions between the protagonists. (More Info)

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Feel free to leave comments if you watch any of these films.

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