Fanfare (1958)

– This is an unusual village.

A whimsical, almost surreal intro featuring haystack hornblowing and sliding cows is followed by a goodhearted parable of neighbourly discord and the power of music! The absurd antics and low-key, sometimes almost invisible Tatiesque humour works well if you’re in the mood for silliness.

– The quarrels will solve themselves.

»Kunst en vriendschap«. Maybe in my book of idyllic settings, enjoyable imagery, and a mildly Romeo and Juliet-ish love theme – with farm animals seemingly mimicking and commenting on the story.

– You see, nothing bad was intended. Even though it seems hopeless, if you let them be, things will work out in the end.

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