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FFFA - The King and the Bird

Start Date:
11 Dec 2017
End Date:
11 Dec 2017
Start Time
11:00 AM
End Time
12:30 PM
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11-12-2017 11:00 11-12-2017 12:30 Asia/Jerusalem FFFA - The King and the Bird

The King and the Bird
By Paul Grimault
France, 1979, 1h27
VO French, narrated in Arabic 

In a kingdom named Takicardie, King Charles V and Three make Eight and Eight make Sixteen persecutes his people. The pretentious tyrant is in love with a young shepherdess who prefers an "insignificant little chimney sweep". In order to escape the little king and his police, the two lovers take refuge in the highest tower of the castle. A poetic masterpiece written by Jacques Prévert, this film is also a true manifesto in favor of freedom

Gaza Strip
Institut Français, Gaza Strip

FFFA - The King and the Bird

The King and the Bird
By Paul Grimault
France, 1979, 1h27
VO French, narrated in Arabic 

In a kingdom named Takicardie, King Charles V and Three make Eight and Eight make Sixteen persecutes his people. The pretentious tyrant is in love with a young shepherdess who prefers an "insignificant little chimney sweep". In order to escape the little king and his police, the two lovers take refuge in the highest tower of the castle. A poetic masterpiece written by Jacques Prévert, this film is also a true manifesto in favor of freedom

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11-12-2017 11:00 11-12-2017 12:30 Asia/Jerusalem FFFA - The King and the Bird

The King and the Bird
By Paul Grimault
France, 1979, 1h27
VO French, narrated in Arabic 

In a kingdom named Takicardie, King Charles V and Three make Eight and Eight make Sixteen persecutes his people. The pretentious tyrant is in love with a young shepherdess who prefers an "insignificant little chimney sweep". In order to escape the little king and his police, the two lovers take refuge in the highest tower of the castle. A poetic masterpiece written by Jacques Prévert, this film is also a true manifesto in favor of freedom

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