Turbid, a film by George Fok

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Turbid / A movie by George Fok

I was browsing the Nouveau Cinéma festival programme, and noticed this film by Hong Kong-born Montrealer director George Fok. It looks like an indie film (see trailer) on teenage trashiness in Montreal (shot in Mtl – you will recognize at least the hallucinogenic-anyways Ville-Marie tunnel and Métro). Opening song of the trailer might be from the SS Cardiacs. See synopsis.

It’s on my list, somewhere between a Korean cowboy film, an odd Moulin Rouge-esque Singaporean film and of course a Manuel Foglia doc that follows two MPP.

Plays at Ex-Centris, Monday Oct 13th at 7:15PM and Tuesday Oct 14th at 3:30PM.

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