Memories of War

This haunting animation film, rich with symbolism, is the filmmaker's plea for a peaceful world in which to raise his newborn son. Using the menacing imagery of the howling wind, the artist provokes viewers to reflect on the insanity of war. While the film is symbolic, its message is unmistakably clear: unless there is an end to conflict, we will continue to see our children swept away like leaves in the wind.

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Film Credits

director
Pierre Hébert
animation
Pierre Hébert
editing
Pierre Hébert
sound editing
Pierre Hébert
producer
Robert Forget
camera
Michael Cleary
animation camera
Raymond Dumas
re-recording
Jean-Pierre Joutel
music
Normand Roger

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