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Max Ernst

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
How many colours has a hand?
Birds, forests, monsters - and jokes! The life and work of the German Surrealist painter Max Ernst , now in his 80s and living between France and the USA.
This film tells the story of Max Ernst 's dream: from his childhood in the Rhineland, to Paris in the 20s, to the Second World War when the Nazis branded him as a ' degenerate artist.'
Talking about his pictures Ernst said that they're revolutionary and totally unacceptable to any art expert - but ' they have the gift to charm the people on my side: poets, magicians - and a few who can'even read or write .. Narrated by GEOFFREY COLLINS with the voices of TONY CHURCH and DAVID WOOD
Written and directed by PETER schamoni (Tony Church is a member of the RSC)

Contributors

Unknown: Max Ernst
Unknown: Max Ernst
Unknown: Geoffrey Collins
Unknown: Tony Church
Unknown: David Wood
Directed By: Peter Schamoni

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