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Friday, May 30, 2014

Don Perlimplín

Look how Alfred Leslie imagined the character of Lorca's don Perlimplín.

2 comments:

Vance Maverick said...

Truly hideous. Not sure what to make of how he's imagining the character, but the digital photo manipulation is lame (the "bald wig" effect maybe in particular).

Jonathan said...

Yes. It is very odd, and bears little relation to the character in the play.