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A Tall Man

Finland, 2010 (MIFF 2011, Documentary Shorts)

Director: Jani Peltonen

A Tall Man

Famous for being 21/2 metres tall, Väinö Myllyrinne toured the world. Now represented as a life-sized puppet, his fame and travels continue.

Director Jani Peltonen is a guest of the Festival.

D/S Jani Peltonen P Sami Jahnukainen WS Mouka Filmi L Finnish, Italian w/English subtitles TD digibeta/2010

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