When the average man in the street is asked what he thinks of the political situation, there’s not much to be learned. Only a drop-out is willing to give a truly personal opinion.
“What I tried to do was finding an expressive way of emphasizing what the characters were saying, and even more how they were saying it”.
1971: Public Prize: Internationale Kurzfilmtage – Oberhausen (Germany).
1971: Prize for best film for youngsters : Internationale Kurzfilmtage – Oberhausen (Germany).
1971: ASIFA- Prize (Association Internationale du Film d’Animation) – Oberhausen (Germany).
1971: Special Mention: International Animation film festival – Annecy (France).
1971: Honorary award: National Film Festival – Knokke (Belgium)
– Format: 35mm
– Frame: 1 x 1.33
– Sound: Optical – Mono
– Length: 11′
– Original version: English
– Directed by: Raoul Servais
– Script: Raoul Servais
– Animation: Willy Verschelde
– Backgrounds: Norbert Desyn
– Music: Lucien Goethals
– Produced by: Absolon Films/Anagram, realized with the support of the Flemish Community
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