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Marina Antunes [Celluloid 01.14.14] Canada drama



One of my favourite films of VIFF, and of 2013, was Jeff Barnaby strikingly beautiful, genre bending Rhymes for Young Ghouls (review). Not only is Barnaby's film essential first nations cinema, it's essential for anyone who appreciates unconventional story telling and a solid bit of genre fare.

But Rhymes is also much more than that, a story that explores a very dark aspect of Canadian history in an interesting, approachable way and though it's definitely dark, there's also a sense of humour about it. Essentially, with his first feature, Barnaby has emerged as a fully realized filmmaker with a very bright future ahead of him.

As one of the selections for last year's Canada's Top Ten, Rhymes for Young Ghouls will be rolling across the country over the next few weeks but it appears that it is also playing on one screen in Toronto starting January 31st.

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