Families: alike and different

United States, 1976

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Compares the daily activities of three families from Japan, Mexico and the United States as told by the children. Shows the settings in which they live: a crowded Tokyo home, the San Francisco hills and the expansive rural three house compound of Yasalon.

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Credits

co-producers/directors

George McQuilkin

James Kennedy

Jane Treiman

production company

Churchill Films

Duration

00:15:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1976

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