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Darkness/Light/Darkness (Tma, světlo, tma. 1989) is a claymation short animated film by Jan Švankmajer .

A clay forearm crawls into a very small room. It opens the second door. In come rolling two eyes. Gradually, the forearm reconstructs itself to a whole human body, which in the end is far too small for the room it is stuck in.





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