A group of black and white stills for motion picture, from the files of Close Up, “the only magazine devoted to films as an art,” published by Bryher and Kenneth MacPherson between 1927 and 1933. This set of stills, sent to the editorial office of Close Up to promote films, includes scenes from a wide range of international films such as ¡Que Viva Mexico! and Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney (The Love of Jeanne Ney).
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