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01 Maroc: Why do You Live by Pascale and Jean-Denis Lilot

In this 25x3min series, children from different continents around the world answer life's deepest questions. Episode-1 takes you to Maroc where children in their own intimate surroundings are asked - Why do you live? The beauty of the series lies in the fact that the answers go far beyond the children's cultural framework and innocently disclose the human values that connect us all.
Director
Pascale and Jean-Denis Lilot
Producer
DocsOnline
Duration
3 min.
Year of release
2017
Language
Maroc Arabic, with French or Enghlish subtitle
Country of production
23

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