I saw this film in elementary school. I remember it still today. It is so short but to an elementary aged child it was LONG in how every minute of it said 'something'. I was glued to it because I was so concerned for the boy and his dog. I would so love to share this movie with my sons. I remember also seeing "The Red Balloon". The two films spoke volumes, yet very little if anything was said. That says a lot about the impact gestures make, so much so words are not needed. These films speak to everyone and break the barriers of language, heritage, and deafness. I too hope that this film becomes available on DVD.
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