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The Headless Horseman

Estonia, 2001 (MIFF 2002, Animation)

Director: Ulo Pikkov

Rampaging around the Wild West with the only thing on his shoulders being the proverbial chip, The Headless Horseman reverses his outcast status by chancing on a suitable replacement. Directed with refreshing vitality by Ulo Pikkov.

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