A Sun Like Nowhere Else

A Sun Like Nowhere Else

| 47 min

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Acadians are French-speaking Maritimers. In this film the people speak for themselves--about their feelings toward governments wanting to relocate and urbanize them, about present-day "tragedies" in their communities, and about their hopes for a productive future.

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A Sun Like Nowhere Else, Léonard Forest, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Léonard Forest
  • editing
    Léonard Forest
  • producer
    Jean-Marc Garand
  • camera
    Benoît Rivard
  • sound
    Jean-Guy Normandin
    Ron Seltzer
  • sound editing
    Jacques Jarry
  • music
    Calixte Duguay
    Marie-Reine Chiasson

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