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The Story of a Painter

Yugoslavia, 1973 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Nikola Majdak

The work of the painter and graphic artist, Janez Bernik, is well known, both in Yugoslavia and beyond its borders. The paintings of this outstanding artist form the basic inspiration for the film, which deals with both Bernik's position in the world, and with modern art in general.

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