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The Invisible Man in Blind Love

France, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Animation)

Director: Pascal Vuong

1990's computer animation creates a comic par­ody of a 1950's detective story. The massive technology behind this simulated period piece is never boasted, as content, style and an old fashioned punch-line dominate this film. Can the invisible detective.find what he needs to satisfy his true, blind love? (JM)

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