The New York Fair: PAVILIONS

PROTESTANT AND ORTHODOX CENTER. For a wordless but eloquent little film called Parable, Writer-Director Rolf Forsberg chose a setting much like the fair itself. A sad-eyed clown in whiteface trails behind a circus troupe, collects a host of friends and a slew of enemies. Finally, when he frees some human puppets from their cruel manipulator and takes their place, he is slain. Forsberg's film is thoughtful and beautifully handled.

SPAIN. Old World elegance in breezy modern decor. Murals by avant-garde artists grace the interior, a bronze monk by Sculptor Pablo Serrano stands in...

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