Paradise lost

Canada, 1970

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A plea without words, made by artist and animator Evelyn Lambart, for the right of all creatures to a clean, unpolluted environment. With style, colour, and movement sensitive to the subject, the film shows how birds, butterflies, and other woodland creatures succumb to air pollution spread by the inventions of humans.



Evelyn Lambart

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National Film Board of Canada





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