Under the Rainbow

Under the Rainbow

| 10 min

A little good will goes a long way--between persons, and between nations. That is the lesson to be learned from this animated film. It begins with a confrontation between a man who grows flowers and a technologist who operates computers. A flower pops up in the computer room; a computer tape appears in the garden. Each man destroys the "foreign object." When they come face to face they discover that understanding is better than distrust, respect better than hostility.

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Under the Rainbow, Sidney Goldsmith, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Sidney Goldsmith
  • producer
    Sidney Goldsmith
  • animation camera
    Simon Leblanc
  • sound editing
    Pierre F. Brault
  • music
    Pierre F. Brault
  • re-recording
    Jean-Pierre Joutel

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