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1972 2 min
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Dans les sociétés industrielles modernes, l'homme respire d'une haleine courte et pénible, les plantes s'étiolent et les animaux halètent. Ce film d'animation rappelle aux habitants de la Terre que l'atmosphère empoisonnée dans laquelle ils vivent est en train de les tuer et qu'ils doivent se réveiller.

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Dans les sociétés industrielles modernes, l'homme respire d'une haleine courte et pénible, les plantes s'étiolent et les animaux halètent. Ce film d'animation rappelle aux habitants de la Terre que l'atmosphère empoisonnée dans laquelle ils vivent est en train de les tuer et qu'ils doivent se réveiller.
  • director
    Paul Driessen
  • animation
    Paul Driessen
  • producer
    Pierre Moretti
  • camera
    Pierre Provost
  • sound effects
    Don Wellington
    Sidney Pearson

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Education

Ages 8 to 11
This visionary animated short explores the worrisome prospect of having to breathe increasingly polluted air. Instead of burying ourselves alive, there are solutions that can limit the damage caused by the vicious circle of consumption and pollution. Do students have any suggestions? Have students create a prototype eco-friendly lunch box, or collect all the waste produced by the class during an entire week to assess whether the 3 Rs concept (reduce, reuse, recycle) is viable.
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