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Here we go again, with her crystal visions.

The documentary In Your Dreams, an inside look at the recording of Stevie Nicks' 2011 solo album of the same name, is set to hit Canadian screens, starting in Toronto at the TIFF Bell Lightbox on April 15, one day prior to Fleetwood Mac's concert at Air Canada Centre.

While the high-heeled singer is in town, she'll also appear at the Lightbox for a pair of Q&A sessions. At those post-screening chats, Nicks is expected to speak candidly about her Mac bandmate and former paramour Lindsey Buckingham, who has not been promised rebuttal time. According to the press release, the film includes cameos by Edgar Allan Poe, actress Reese Witherspoon and a massive white stallion. Naturally.

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