Is It Always Right to Be Right?

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Is It Always Right to Be Right?

  • 1970 ----- color ----- 8 min ----- 16mm
  • A parable told by Orson Welles--"There once was a land where men were always right"--so begins this fast moving parable that highlights the center of divisiveness in our society--the generation gap, war, poverty, race. All are lifted up and sharply focused in this unique film that interlaces animated and live-action sequences. 1971 Academy Award.
  • Topics: (Motion Pictures: Animation, Speech Communications, War and Peace)