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The Secret of Easter Island

USA, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Fiction)

Director: Jeff Berry

One of Easter Island's ancient stone Gods comes to life, and discovers that the modern world is no place to be worshipped. The Secret Of Easter Island is a wordless cinematic gem from Jeff Berry — a tall tale of ancient statues, air travel and beer! (LJ)

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