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Canadian maverick Guy Maddin follows Dracula: Pages From A Virgin’s Diary with another genre-bending monochrome fantasy from a nutty premise. It’ll be compared to lo-fi Lynch or Burton, but for all its flaws and confusions it’s dizzyingly unique, and as barmy as Bu

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