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50 WAYS TO GAIN A NEW PERSPECTIVE! When you feel stuck in tunnel visionary, the innocence of children can really widen your view. Documentary filmmakers Pascale and Jean-Denis Lilot have embarked on a journey around the world to document the answers of children to life's deepest philosophical questions. In 2017 they released the first 25 answers in a series called CHILDREN HAVE A SAY. The second series is now in the making, but the directors are still trying to close the budgets in order to complete the film. JOIN US and receive inspiring answers in your mail box every week
A Peak into the Series
01 Maroc: Why do You LivePascale and Jean-Denis Lilot, 2017
The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why - Mark Twain
02 Nepal: Why Should You be a Good PersonPascale and Jean-Denis Lilot, 2017
Goodness is not a trait you acquire; it is a value you practice when you are on the verge of doing something evil - Julius Lester
03 Congo: Why do we SpeakPascale and Jean-Denis Lilot, 2017
Some people talk too much without saying a lot. - Mokokoma Mokhonoana
04 Bolivia: Why do you have to be BravePascale and Jean-Denis Lilot, 2017
You never cross the ocean until you have the courage to loose sight of the shore. - Christopher Columbus
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The cocaine routeGaytan, Thierry, 2013
Cocaine production and trade are extremely high risk businesses. Nevertheless, in the past decennia, cocaine has become increasingly popular around the world.
Love and Sex in ChinaAnne Loussouarn, 2013
In the documentary Love and Sex in China we get a glimpse of the culture surrounding partnership and marriage in China.
On another skinYves Mora, 2014
Tattoos made by Kostec (Jean -Francois Decaestecker) and Jef (Jean-Francois Palumbo) are acts of freedom, of dignity, of assertiveness in the face of the world. According to their clients, tattooing is an act of emancipation.
Anatomy of EvilNyholm, Ove, 2004
In war situations, some people lose the one thing that makes them human: morality. Their actions are so unreal, it makes you think they are nothing but wild animals. The Anatomy of Evil is about confronting this heartlessness.
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