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The Knot in the Handkerchief

Czechoslovakia, 1958 (MIFF 1961, Programme 18)

Director: Hermína Týrlová

An animated puppet film whose "hero" is the obiect in the title. On returning home, a small boy finds his handkerchief with a knot in it which is to remind him of a job. He stuffs the handkerchief into his pocket and goes off to play. On the way, the knot slips from his pocket and makes off. . .

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