Raoul Servais

Raoul Servais – Chromophobia (1966)

Synopsis:
‘The grey legions invade the world of colour to establish their colourless dominance. Resistance appears in the shape of a scarlet jester, who restores the reign of colour using his chromatic trickery.’
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Raoul Servais – De valse noot AKA La fausse note AKA The False Note (1963)

Synopsis:
‘A little beggar tries in vain to get an alms in a big city where everything is organised, efficient and lucrative. His barrel organ’s tune always ends with an impressive false note, upsetting the townspeople. Eventually the little beggar will receive a dream fulfilling gift.’
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Raoul Servais – Goldframe (1970)

Synopsis:
‘Jason Goldframe, a film producer, is always the best and the first! It’s his ambition to be the very first to achieve the inconceivable: making a 270mm film. Obsessed as he is, he even wants to be faster than his shadow. One evening he succeeds.’
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Raoul Servais – Sirène AKA Sirene (1968)

Synopsis:
‘Monsterlike cranes reign over an inhospitable harbour as prehistorical reptiles. The only human being they accept is a lonesome fisherman. He is to witness a strange encounter between a ship’s mate and a mermaid. Imagination or reality?’
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Raoul Servais – Operation X-70 (1971)

Synopsis:
‘A mighty state is experimenting with a new nerve gas that doesn’t kill, but numbs people. By accident some of the gas is dropped on a peaceful country ‘Nebelux’, where suddenly strange mutations appear.’
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Raoul Servais – Pegasus (1974)

Synopsis:
‘An old blacksmith is now too old to adapt to the changing technological society. Frustrated, he creates his own universe in which he eventually also becomes obsolete.’
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Raoul Servais – To Speak or Not to Speak (1972)

Synopsis:

‘When the average man in the street is asked what he thinks of the political situation, there’s not much to be learned. Only a drop-out is willing to give a truly personal opinion.’
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