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Jonas and Lisa

1994 9 min
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A woman does laundry to support her husband and three children. The children are obliged to work at a very young age and are terrorized and robbed by their stepfather. Unable to take it any more, the little boy runs away from home. Based on article 27 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, this film illustrates children's right to an adequate standard of living. A film without words.

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A woman does laundry to support her husband and three children. The children are obliged to work at a very young age and are terrorized and robbed by their stepfather. Unable to take it any more, the little boy runs away from home. Based on article 27 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, this film illustrates children's right to an adequate standard of living. A film without words.
  • director
    Zabelle Côté
    Daniel Schorr
  • script
    Zabelle Côté
    Daniel Schorr
  • animation
    Zabelle Côté
    Daniel Schorr
  • producer
    Thérèse Descary
  • animation camera
    Jacques Avoine
    Pierre Landry
    Lynda Pelley
    Raymond Dumas
  • sound
    Paulo Brandão
  • music
    Paulo Brandão
  • editing
    Suzanne Allard
  • sound editing
    Ginette Bellavance
    Daniel Toussaint
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