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A documentary of black art.

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Jean Négroni ...
Récitant / Narrator (voice)
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François Mitterrand ...
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Sugar Ray Robinson ...
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Ghislain Cloquet
Chris Marker
Alain Resnais

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Chris Marker ... (writer)

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Guy Bernard

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Ghislain Cloquet

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Alain Resnais

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René Louge ... sound

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André Hodeir ... conductor

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Henri Belly ... kind assistance
Hermann Braunholtz ... kind assistance
Lucien Coutaud ... kind assistance
Gaston Durville ... kind assistance
Jacob Epstein ... kind assistance
William B. Fagg ... kind assistance
René Gaffé ... kind assistance
Henri Goetz ... kind assistance
Hans Hartung ... kind assistance
Robert Hennion ... kind assistance (as R.P. Hennion)
Charles Lapicque ... kind assistance
Albert Maesen ... kind assistance
Henri Milet ... kind assistance
Frans M. Olbrechts ... kind assistance
Pierre Peissi ... kind assistance
Margaret Feurer Plass ... kind assistance (as Mme. Webster Plass)
Webster Plass ... kind assistance
René Rasmussen ... kind assistance
Charles Ratton ... consultant
Augustus Pitt Rivers ... kind assistance (as Colonel Pitt Rivers)
Madeleine Rousseau ... kind assistance
Helena Rubenstein ... kind assistance (as Princess Helena Gourielli)
Edmond Séchan ... kind assistance
Tristan Tzara ... kind assistance
Suzanne Vérité ... kind assistance

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Also Known As
  • Statues also Die (World-wide, English title)
  • Las estatuas también mueren (Spain)
  • Akoma kai ta agalmata pethainoun (Greece)
  • As Estátuas também morrem (Brazil)
  • Patsaatkin kuolevat (Finland)
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  • 30 min
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Trivia After its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, this short subject was withheld from commercial release on the grounds that it was "Anti-Colonial." See more »
Quotes Récitant: Objects die when living eyes see them no more.
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