Little Songs of the Chief Officer of Hunar Louse, or This Unnameable Little Broom

Institute History

  • 1987 Sundance Film Festival


An outstanding, skilled and imaginative film, having to do with an oppressive, tyrannical king and a wild man created by the Gods, told with grotesque models and a theatrical mise-en-scene in which savage, vindictive machines whirl, slice, decapitate and imprison the unwary.

Screening Details

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