Mr. Frenhofer and the Minotaur
Data de Lançamento: October 7, 1949
Tempo de execução: 20m
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Peterson based this romantic piece on Balzac’s Le Chef-d'oeuvre inconnu and Picasso’s Minotauromachie. The film combines a story of the competition for the love of a woman with images of a young girl with a candle wandering through a corridor, a modern adaptation of the mythological Minoan labyrinths.
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