Baroque'n Roll

A young immigrant is rejected because of his different ways and unusual clothing but is eventually accepted by the other kids when he impresses them with his bravery and resourcefulness. Based on article 30 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, this film illustrates the right of children belonging to minority groups to enjoy their own culture, religion and language. Film without words.

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Film Credits

director
Pierre M. Trudeau
script
Pierre M. Trudeau
animation
Pierre M. Trudeau
producer
Thérèse Descary
editing
Suzanne Allard
sound editing
René Robitaille
re-recording
Shelley Craig
music
Louis Gagné

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