So Below (Working Title)

Notes

Followed by post-show discussionSacred programme notes:Begin with a tree whose roots embrace a gaggle of displaced gravestones, and add the question: what’s the difference between pain and itch? The earth moves, old-time film stars dance, and a description of happiness from 1938 sounds as melancholy as a Victorian epitaph

Artist / Author Haranczak/Navarre
Reference D1529
Date 2010
Type DVD

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