Malody is like an indie version of the hallway scene in Inception.
It will screen as part of Short Cuts Canada: Programme #1 at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
Meanwhile, in Short Cuts Canada: Programme #2:
In 1994, Langley, B.C. Grade 5 student Lewis Bennett got into a schoolyard fight that resulted in a stern warning from his principal. "Change your ways, or you'll end up in an Asian gang." Seventeen years later, Bennett (still Caucasian) revisits his past in this comedic documentary to determine if he took a wrong turn along the way.
Other TIFF highlights:
Aaaaand what sounds like Drive from the director of Blue Valentine:
Ryan Gosling plays Luke, a motorcycle stunt rider and habitual loner. After reuniting with his sometime girlfriend Romina, Luke discovers that he has fathered a son. Determined to meet his responsibility but unable to support a family, Luke opts to start robbing banks. On his getaway motorcycle, Luke is magnificent: skilled, daring, reckless and macho. But on one heist he draws the pursuit of rookie cop Avery. It proves a fateful confrontation.
Festival nerd talk: How did Fantastic Fast land the North American premiere of Holy Motors over TIFF and NYFF?