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‘The Ornithologist’s Beautifully Blasphemous Art References

By Jacob Oller Heavenly reflections of some great paintings. loose retelling of the life of Saint Anthony of Padua, The Ornithologist is not afraid to muck around in God’s territory. Well not just that, but also in the realm of other media. Director João Pedro Rodrigues made a film purposefully transgressive, but no lesser pretty for the effort. […] The article ‘The Ornithologist’s Beautifully Blasphemous Art References appeared first on Film School Rejects.
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