Another oddball classic from Canada's resident filmic auteur. This is one of his most accessible works, filled with tongue-in-cheek humor and a couple of flat-out lies. It purports to be autobiographical but it's anyone's guess whether or not anything here really happened.
This guy's secured a place in cinema history with Careful, and especially Dracula: Pages From a Virgin's Diary. His singular vision, combining silent-era technique with post-modern irony has created a category of one that is a blessing to film lovers world wide.
The segment here with the horses is one of the most unforgettable images in film history. Is it true? I don't want to know. True or not, it's genius.