We are one

United States, 1969

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A rhythmic montage-in-motion of children around the world - playing, running, dancing, crying, laughing, eating - with touching contrasts and funny similarities. The message is universal love and hope: modern skills give mankind the chance to make this one world.
Based on the NHK production by Akira Takasaka and Kuniji Kodama.

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