The Man, the snake and the fox

Canada, 1978

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This film is a dramatization of a traditional Ojibwa legend; it is told to a group of children from the Wandereing Spirit Survival School. As the story unfolds, the characters played by puppets assume increasingly human characteristics. The moral of the fable: do not make promises that cannot be kept.

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ONF | NFB

producer/director

Tony Snowsill

Duration

00:12:13:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1978

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