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Mr. Pascal (Mr. Pascal) (1979)

Mr. Pascal
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Max the Movie Guy added this to a list 3 months, 1 week ago
heythereisabel rated this 9/10 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Max the Movie Guy added this to a list 7 months ago
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"Coming of Age: A New History of British Animation Part Two - Figurehead (9/10) - Parents Take Hart (8/10) - The Wardrobe (8/10) - Do It Yourself Cartoon Kit (9/10) - Automania 2000 (10/10) - Springtime For Samantha (9/10) - Note from Above (8/10) - The Ladder (8/10) - Transformer (8/10) - Damon the Mower (7/10) - Green Men, Yellow Woman (9/10) - Ubu (9/10) - Mr. Pascal (8/10) SCREENING: Animation 2018 DATE: February 20th CINEMA: BFI Southbank LOCATION: London"


Max the Movie Guy rated this 8/10 7 months ago
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1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Alison De Vere SUMMARY: A lonely, widowed shoemaker takes pity on an effigy of Christ. WHY IT'S HERE: Alison De Vere's 'Mr. Pascal' is a fascinating film with religious subject matter but made by a director who did not have conventional religious beliefs herself. Rather, 'Mr. Pascal' stems from De Vere's lifelong dislike of the image of the crucified Christ. Having been exposed to this symbol throughout her life, De Vere made this humanistic but delightfully ambiguous and unpreachy shor"



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