SFotD: ‘An Illustrated Talk with Maurice Sendak’ is Bittersweet Delight

By  · Published on January 7th, 2013

Why Watch? Christoph Niemann’s animation makes an excellent dance partner to Maurice Sendak’s reflections on life. Poignant and responsible for a few square inches of heartbreak, Sendak’s insight into death is powerful. It’s also graceful.

We don’t to miss you either, Mr. Sendak. But we do.

What will it cost? Only 5 minutes.

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