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Three Painting of Hieronymus Bosch

USA, 1950 (MIFF 1959, Programme 23)

Director: J. Lenauer

"The Adoration of the Kings," "The Mocking of the Christ" and "Ecce Homo" are the three paintings of Bosch simply and carefully observed and analysed. Excellent colour and absence of dramatisation distinguish this little art film.

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