Decades after publication, the comic strip The Adventures of Tintin, about an intrepid boy reporter, continues to fascinate people all over the world. So does the strip’s enigmatic Belgian creator, Hergé. Tintin and I takes viewers on a fascinating journey into the psyche of this work-obsessed cartoonist. The social and political content of Hergé’s work affords viewers of Tintin and I an opportunity to explore the impact of political ideology, ethics, religion and race, as well as consider the intersection of art and politics.
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