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Inspiration (1948 film)

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Language  Czech
Director  Karel Zeman
Country  Czechoslovakia
Inspiration (1948 film) movie scenes This 10 min short is a feel good one as Zeman uses glass figurines skating and allegorizing on shimmering ice surfaces Glass water and ice tend to
Release date  1948 (1948)

Inspiration (Czech: Inspirace) is a 1948 Czechoslovakian animated short film directed by Karel Zeman. It is a wordless stop-motion film made using glass figurines. The characters in the film are stock characters from Italian comedia dell'arte.

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Plot synopsis

An unnamed man, implied to be an artist, is looking at a drop of water by his window. In it, he sees the clown Pierrot being spurned by his beloved Columbine, who is riding in a horse-drawn carriage.

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