2015. február 19., csütörtök


He drew a landscape from the North Pole, in which he composed the head of Jules Verne. We do not see this when regarding the picture: Verne vanishes between the icebergs. If, however, a mirrored metal cylinder is placed at the centre of the landscape, then a lifelike portrait of Jules Verne appears in the cylinder. I believe that this form of anamorphic depiction was customary in the Renaissance… I can no longer establish an István Orosz award, but since he likes my Verne film very much, if I could restore the master and replace the title credits, then I would write before the title that it is for István Orosz with sincere respect. In other words, I dedicate this film to him. (SándorReisenbüchler)

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