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2013 | Color | 88

Through a series of interviews, Michel Gondry introduces the linguist, philosopher, and activist, Noam Chomsky. Chomsky’s theories are explained in an animated documentary, where creativity and imagination illustrate his intellectual rigor, giving us insight into Chomsky as eminent professor and as a man. 

Country: Francia
Direction: Gondry; Michel
Script: Gondry; Michel
Production: Gondry; Michel, Fong; Julie, Bermann; Georges, Adlan; Raffi
Sound: Lestage; Brent, Goldish; Suzanne, de Faultrier; Gautier
Cast:Chomsky; Noam, Gondry; Michel
Participation year at FICM: 2014

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