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Law and Disorder: Animated Justice

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How does the law affect us in our daily lives? How do we balance the freedoms, rights and responsibilities of the individual against those of a group or society?

Law and Disorder: Animated Justice is a practical and entertaining answer to these vital questions. It is designed to demystify and humanize everyday aspects of civil law. With different styles and techniques, this compilation of five animated films uses humour and whimsy to explore complex subjects. The topics include citizens' freedoms, rights and responsibilities, as well as consumer protection, advertising standards, prejudice and racism.

The compilation includes Point of Order and Yo by John Weldon, Understanding the Law: The Coat and Understanding the Law: The Worm by Diane Obomsawin and Giordano by Chris Hinton.

2003, 15 min 57 s

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