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Rated R · 99 minutes · 2003

Comedy drama, Musical
In this experimental musical set in 1930s Winnipeg, Canada, amputee baroness Lady Port-Huntley (Isabella Rossellini) organizes a competition offering $25,000 to the person who can compose the saddest music in the world. Musicians -- including a depressed Broadway producer (Mark McKinney), his guilt-stricken father (David Fox) and a Serbian cellist (Ross McMillan) -- flock to Winnipeg with the hope that they will be the best at conveying tragedy and grief in their music.
Official Site: www.ifcfilms.com/?CAT0=3127&CAT1=5326&SHID=21403&AID=6067&CLR=red&BCLR=
Director: Guy Maddin
Producer: Atom Egoyan, Jody Shapiro, Daniel Iron and Niv Fichman
Cast: Mark McKinney, Isabella Rossellini, Maria de Medeiros, David Fox, Ross McMillan, Brent Neale, Erik Berg, Darcy Fehr and Claude Dorge

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