Maxime Giroux discusses <em>The Great Darkened Days</em>
Québécois director Maxime Giroux tells us about The Great Darkened Days,his absurdist, poetic, and often brutal fable about the corruptive power of capitalism. Martin Dubreuil in Maxime Giroux's The Great Darkened Days An absurdist and atemporal fable about the rot and corruption of capitalism, Maxime Giroux’s The Great Darkened Days represents a radical departure from his work in his previous effort, Félix and Meira. Following the burgeoning romance between a married Orthodox Jewish woman and a man who does not belong to that faith, the latter was firmly rooted in social-realism. But the two films do not appear simply different;