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Elephantrio

Canada, 1986 (MIFF 1986)

Director: Paul Driessen, Graeme Ross, John Weldon

Three earthlings embark on the journey of life, soul firmly in hand. Dangers moral and physical strew their way. An animation film about love, rejection, greed, endurance, honour and ignominy.

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