Disappearance at Clifton Hill Clip

Albert Shin’s Disappearance At Clifton Hill is a curious Canadian case of kidnapping, repressed memories, and the maddening effects of Niagra Falls. IFC Midnight nabbed distribution rights after positive reactions came out of last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, praising the film’s nu-noir aesthetic. I’ve yet to watch it myself, but an earlier trailer paints an underbelly small-town vibe as one woman attempts to make sense of questions from her childhood. The answers, I can only assume, are neither easy to suss out or particularly reassuring given the tragic nature of her haunting recollections.

Today on /Film, we have an exclusive clip from Shin’s film, which features David Cronenberg in a rare spot acting in front of the camera. Check out the scene below.

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Trailer Round-Up Waiting for Anya

We cast a pretty wide net for trailers here at /Film, but there are always a few that seem to evade us. But they can’t hide forever – it’s only a matter of time before they make their way into one of our trailer round-up posts. Continue on to check out the trailers for Once Were Brothers, Hillary, Waiting For Anya, Hope Gap, and many more. Read More »