En­dor­phine

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An­dré Turpin is the gifted cin­e­matog­ra­pher who shot De­nis Vil­leneuve’s Mael­ström and In­cendies and Xavier Dolan’s Mommy, among many oth­ers. En­dor­phine marks a rare ven­ture into the di­rec­tor’s chair, where he hasn’t sat since 2001’s strik­ing Un Crabe Dans La Tête. Co-writ­ten by Robert Morin, it’s an ex­per­i­men­tal nar­ra­tive fol­low­ing

three women named Si­mone ( So­phie Nélisse, Mylène MacKay and Lise Roy) through what TIFF de­scribes as “a labyrinthine meta-world where time­frames over­lap, char­ac­ters mul­ti­ply and sto­ries re­peat and ex­pand.” I’m so there.

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