More theatre than cinema, Tomaso Sherman’s The Bottle Imp (1981) uses minimal, stylized sets to tell Robert Louis Stevenson's story

More theatre than cinema, Tomaso Sherman’s The Bottle Imp (1981) uses minimal, stylized sets to tell Robert Louis Stevenson’s story

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