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Art doesn’t change over decades, but its public does, and so political interpretations.
When I saw Taxi Driver for the first time, at 12 or 13, I was living in a small version of Scorsese’s world; Napoli was not quite like the mid-1970s Harlem, but at 2 a.m. 402 more words
Canadian men not only eat quiche, they can spell it, too. Just ask Bruce McDonald and Maxwell McCabe-Lokos.
The veteran director (Roadkill, Hard Core Logo, Highway 61) and the Toronto-based actor (Lars and the Real Girl, The Incredible Hulk) spent some time meditating on the essence of Canadian masculinity while making The Husband, a new movie that premiered at TIFF and opens in theatres this month. 265 more words