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Darkness/Light/Darkness (Tma/Svetlo/Tma) (1989)

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Release date: 3 December 1989
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"DIR: Jan Svankmajer SUMMARY: In a tiny room, various body parts meet up and begin to construct themselves into a human male. WHY IT'S HERE: Although the very idea of disembodied limbs and organs slithering around independently may sound creepy, 'Darkness/Light/Darkness' is in fact one of Jan Svankmajer's most overtly comic films. It opens with a single hand dragging itself through the door of a room about the size of a doll's house lounge. Almost immediately, a pair of eyes roll through the "

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