Marcel Marceau defined his own art form of classical pantomime, one he perfected over the last half of the 20th century. Creating a character named Bip as his alter ego, he was able to convey moving observations on everyday life using only facial expressions and gesture. Frank Wing worked with him to capture the “Maskmaker” and “The Trial” both bravura masterpieces of refined acting craftsmanship and story telling, to interpret them through multiple exposures.

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