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Entr’acte by Candlelight

Netherlands, 1959 (MIFF 1961, Programme 10)

Director: Charles van der Linden

This film describes the life and artistry of Harry van Tussenbroek, who is renowned throughout Holland for the delicacy and skill with which he makes puppets. The photography is beautiful, and the film culminates in a macabre "dream" performance of his puppets.

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