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A Fist, A Nail, And Two Windows

Canada, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Fiction)

Director: David Wellington

Sonny, the only son in a perverse family, is ready to move on, but a series of uncontrol­lable circumstances leads him straight back to his mother's arms. Progressing at a hypnotic pace, fantasy and reality become indistinguish­able, producing results both frightening and hilarious An absurd, contemporary treatment of the Freudian Oedipal myth.

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