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Magritte

Belgium, 1961 (MIFF 1962, Art Films)

Director: Luc de Heusch

Curious souvenirs of a voyage into the universe by the famed Belgian surrealist painter. "Reality is a word devoid of meaning; space is not certain; the world has lost all consistency. My task is to evoke the mystery".

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