Wednesday, August 29, 2012


The history of puppetry is briefly discussed but then casually tossed aside in this well-done documentary. The latter half of the film concentrates on puppet-theater producer Dan Hurlin's efforts to stage a work based on the life on reclusive photographer Mike Disfarmer, who claimed to have been birthed by a tornado. Seeming overlong at 70+ minutes, it could have made two very interesting documentaries. Still, I enjoyed it. I watched Puppet on Netflix. Here's a trailer:

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