Scherzo infernal  

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Scherzo infernal (1984) is a short animated French film by Polish film director Walerian Borowczyk narrated by Yves Robert and produced by Anatole Dauman's Argos Films. The score was composed by French composer Bernard Parmegiani.

It is the story of Puria, a female angel who wants to be bad and Mastro, a devil who wants to be good. When they meet, they join, symbolized by a picture of Vitruvian Man.

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