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The Boy and the Snow Goose/Le Petit Garçon et l'Oie des neiges: In this enchanting animation film without words, a young boy finds an injured snow goose, which he nurses back to health. Constant companions throughout the glorious, sun-filled days of summer, the two sadly separate in autumn when the bird obeys the call to join its flock for the annual migratory flight south but in spring the boy and the snow goose are happily, though briefly, reunited, each one realizing that the bond of love and friendship between them will endure (10 min. 32 sec.). Every Child/Chaque enfant: Produced at the invitation of the United Nations Organization to celebrate UNICEF's Declaration of Children's Rights, this film illustrates one of the ten principles of the Declaration, namely that every child is entitled to a name and a nationality. It is the story of a baby who appears mysteriously on the doorstep of a busy executive, and who is subsequently bounced from household to household down the block. Nobody in the community is interested in caring for the baby without a name (6 min. 13 sec.). Door to Door/Porte à porte: An animated film for five-to eight-year-olds that presents the familiar situation of older children bullying little ones in the schoolyard. This time, however, the little kids refuse to accept it and their constructive efforts in their own defence prove that might does not necessarily mean right (4 min. 9 sec.).

1993, 21 min 09 s

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