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For the Ones to Come  //  Pour la suite du monde (Orig.)

DIR: Michel Brault, Pierre Perrault
1963 / Canada / 106 min

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This feature-length documentary is the unrehearsed story of what happened when old-timers from Île-aux-Coudres, a small island in the St. Lawrence River, were persuaded to revive a local whale-catching practice. Through the magic of words and the mystery of the catch, the film uncovers a spirituality rooted in the moon and the rhythm of the tides. More than a documentary, it is a fresco of the myths and legends among the traditional fishing communities of Quebec.

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Director Michel Brault, Pierre Perrault
Screenplay Michel Brault, Pierre Perrault
Dir. of Photography Michel Brault, Bernard Gosselin
Editing Werner Nold
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Duration 106 min
Year 1963
Country Canada
Colour Black & White
Tags classics, ethnic groups, nature, observational, poetic
Production The National Film Board of Canada
The National Film Board of Canada
Address:  3155, Chemin de la Côte-de-Liesse
City:  H4N 2N4 Saint-Laurent (Québec)
Country:  Canada
Web:  nfb.ca/
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Phone:  +1-514-496-7306

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