A Sufi tale

Canada, 1980

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This animated film is based on an old Persian parable. The inhabitants of a village learn to overcome their fear of the unknown. The benefit of their new-found knowledge is demonstrated. The black-and-white images are reminiscent of German wood-cuts. No dialogue. Music by Normand Roger performed by Gropus 7. (Awards: Athens, USA; Espinho; Murcia.)

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production company

ONF | NFB

producer/director

Gayle Thomas

Duration

00:08:08:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1980

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