Canadian filmmaker Aaron Woodley knows where to look for inspiration: His debut feature bears the stamp of Richard Kelly's enigmatic DONNIE DARKO, the stop-motion animation of Jan Svankmajer and Dennis Potter's Hollywood fever dreams. The surprise is how utterly original his gorgeously mounted curiosity seems. Orphaned autistic savant Chep (Michael Pitt) lives deep within a cavernous prop warehouse in a shadowy, nameless city. Prop House proprietor Bundy (Matt Servitto) claims Chep's been there for the past three years, memorizing the cluttered contents of his new home; if you ever need a 50-pound cherry, ask Chep. Chep only emerges to catch yet another screening of ...