Leolo, Jean-Claude Lauzon’s bittersweet shaggy-dog story of a boy (Maxime Collin) growing up in a mad, dysfunctional family, is wildly inventive, subversive, sensual, and filled with compassion for its weird and troubled humanity. Narrated from Leolo’s journals, the film has a striking novelistic quality. ”Solitude is my castle,” writes Leolo, who views his world (a cowardly bodybuilding brother, an immense and loving mother, a father obsessed with the regularity of his family’s defecation) with the clarity and detachment of one who has achieved a fearful and painful isolation even before childhood’s end. A-
LeoloLeolo, Jean-Claude Lauzon's bittersweet shaggy-dog story of a boy (Maxime Collin) growing up in a mad, dysfunctional family, is wildly...LeoloForeign LanguageJean-Claude LauzonUnratedLeolo, Jean-Claude Lauzon's bittersweet shaggy-dog story of a boy (Maxime Collin) growing up in a mad, dysfunctional family, is wildly...1994-03-18
Genre: Foreign Language; Starring: Ginette Reno, Maxime Collin; Director: Jean-Claude Lauzon; Author: Jean-Claude Lauzon; MPAA Rating: Unrated
Posted March 18 1994 — 12:00 AM EST
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