Everybody rides the carousel. Parts 1-3

United States, 1975

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A view of Erik H. Erikson’s “Eight stages of life”. A whimsical, power-packed animated film that depicts life as a carousel with eight horses representing the up-down, push-pull, positive-negative aspects of each of the eight stages.

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