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Tintin and I

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PBS Premiere: July 11, 2006

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Why do the comic-strip Adventures of Tintin, about an intrepid boy reporter, continue to fascinate us decades after their publication? "Tintin and I" highlights the potent social and political underpinnings that give Tintin's world such depth, and delve into the mind of Hergé, Tintin's work-obsessed Belgian creator, to reveal the creation and development of Tintin over time. Rare and surprisingly candid 1970s interviews reveal the profound insecurities and anxieties that drove Hergé to produce stories that have not only entertained millions of children but also helped to satisfy a personal longing for self-expression. With stunning visual effects, "Tintin and I" takes us on a fascinating journey into the psyche and brilliant work of Hergé, in his own words.

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TAGS: arts, cartoons, comics, drawing, france, graphic novel, herge, nazi, tin tin, world war II

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Tintin and I

Premiere Date: July 11, 2006

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Trailer: Link

Filmmaker: Anders Østergaard Bio | Interview | Statement

Press: Press Release

Filmmaker

Anders Østergaard
Anders Østergaard

It was obvious to me that Tintin in Tibet had to be the climax of an intense personal drama — played out so movingly by Hergé in the snowy and desolate plains of Himalaya. All I had to do was unearth the story...”

— Anders Østergaard

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