A wildly inventive and often grotesque panoply of sordid characters and imagery, this dark comedy by the director of the acclaimed Hukkle spans three generations of men in a Hungarian family: a depraved orderly, his obese son and his taxidermist grandson. From WWII through the Communist era to the present, Taxidermia charts a history of twisted desires while pushing the boundaries of imagination. A Tartan Films U.S.A release.
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Veteran Viennese filmmaker Gustav Deutsch's World Mirror Cinema is composed of so-called "found footage" from the early days of film, and juxtaposes early-twentieth-century street scenes from Austria, Indonesia and Portugal, with scenes from actual movies that were playing in theaters in those cities at the time. | Read More
- Release Year: 2005
- Runtime: 93 minutes