The Story of a Solider Illustrated by a Painted Hand. {Video by Virgilio Villoresi}

Via on Mar 9, 2012

“Fine” is an imaginative use of storytelling depicting the birth, life and death of a soldier, represented on Italian filmmaker, Virgilio Villoresi‘s own hand. The short film which took 4 days to complete was inspired by the concept of handpainting, resembling the works of Italian artist Mariotti, the finger video movement and Jiri Trnka’s 1955 masterpiece “The Hand”


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