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Krach

2006 3 min
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In this animated short, two moneymen intent on climbing the profit ladder at any cost inevitably come crashing down. Incisive and succinct, Tom Tassel's Krach illustrates a basic principle: what goes up must come down.

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Krach

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In this animated short, two moneymen intent on climbing the profit ladder at any cost inevitably come crashing down. Incisive and succinct, Tom Tassel's Krach illustrates a basic principle: what goes up must come down.
  • script
    Tom Tassel
  • animation
    Tom Tassel
  • direction
    Tom Tassel
  • original soundtrack
    Matthieu Vanasse
  • editing
    Oana Suteu
  • re-recording
    Serge Boivin
    Shelley Craig
    Geoffrey Mitchell
    Jean Paul Vialard
  • digital imaging specialist
    Susan Gourley
  • marketing officer
    Julie Roy
  • administrative team
    Michèle Labelle
    Julie Arseneault
  • administration
    Diane Régimbald
  • development officer
    Luc Gouin
  • line producer
    Francine Langdeau
  • executive producer
    Michèle Bélanger
  • producer
    Marc Bertrand

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Education

Ages 16 to 17
School subjects
A useful film to introduce the economic concepts of profit and loss. A discussion with business students can be focused on the idea that both investments and fortunes can skyrocket very quickly can be lost just as fast.