Het topje van de Mont Blanc

Mels van Zutphen Short film - 2007 - 7 min.

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A display case of the Teylers Museum in Haarlem shows a chunk of rock that was supposedly cut from the peak of the Mont Blanc by alpinist Horace-Bénédict de Saussure in 1787. In this absurdist short film full of fragments of pictures and phone conversations, two men that remain completely anonymous make a brave attempt to return the tip to its original place and retrieve the origin of the underlying story.


Director(s) Mels van Zutphen
Producer(s) Mels van Zutphen
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