Richard Bradshaw's Shadowtheatre

Richard Bradshaw's Shadowtheatre

Synopsis

When both children and grown-ups laugh about the same thing it cannot be without good reason. That it is at all possible, is delightfully demonstrated by the Australian Richard Bradshaw with his One-Man-Shadowtheater. Bradshaw is, like Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin or Jacques Tati, one of the few great players in the world of kind-hearted humour. Jim Henson, the creator of the legendary Muppet Show, adored him and tried to solve the mystery of his wit. With the simplest means of media like light, silhouettes and shadows, accompanied by live singing and a few words, he astonishes and enchants his audience.

Technical Specs

Director: Werner Nekes
Year: 2004
Country: Germany
Language: English | German
Duration: 60 min
Colour: Colour
Certificate: E