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At The Quinte Hotel

Canada (MIFF 2005, animation)

Director: Bruce Alcock

Based on Al Purdy's 1968 poem, this vibrant, kinetic riff has the poet waxing lyrical about beer and blooms in a small-town basement tavern.
D Bruce Alcock P Tina Ovellette WS Global Mechanic TD 35mm/col/ 2005/4mins

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