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The Two Castles

Italy, 1962 (MIFF 1964)

Director: Bruno Bozzetto, Guido Manuli

With original stylisation, this humorous anecdote tells of the price paid for his curiosity by a little man who tries to enter another castle which is being built in front of his own.

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