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When both children and grown-ups laugh about the same thing it cannot be without good reason. That it is at all possible, is delightfully demonstrated by the Australian Richard Bradshaw with his One-Man-Shadowtheater. Bradshaw is, like Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin or Jacques Tati, one of the few great players in the world of kind-hearted humour. Jim Henson, the creator of the legendary muppet-show, adored him arid tried to solve the mystery of his wit. With the simplest means of media like light, silhouettes and shadows, accompanied by live singing and a few words, he astonishes and enchants his audience.
Music: Anthony Moore
Casting: Kirsten Dressler, Heide Jansen, Maria Masciulli, Judith Verbene
35 mm, col. 84min
|Artist(s)||Werner Nekes, Anthony Moore, Kirsten Dressler, Heide Jansen, Maria Masciulli, Judith Verbene|
|Format||DVD5 PAL Interzone/Region-free,|
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