A review by Brian McFarlane of Rolf de Heer's Dr Plonk, an 'affectionate and razor-sharp pastiche of silent film comedy'. McFarlane writes that the film embraces filmmaking techniques of a bygone era, and that the story is the stuff of silent film comedy, as is the way it is presented. Knowledgeable audiences will recognise the elements of its inspiration.
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