“In an allegory about the curative power of story, books return the favor to those who care for them.”
Clishmaclaver first came across this beautiful film several years ago but for some reason it just popped into my head today, and I had to share.
I’ve had a lifelong love of all things Buster Keaton – you should see my ‘silent comedians’ bookshelf at home; I must have everything written on the subject. Well, almost 😉 – and stories, so you might imagine that this gorgeous little gem of a film would appeal. And you’d be right.
Just watch it. It’s wonderful. Click here for a synopsis if you must but I’m not going to say another word… <3
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