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Is it Always Right to Be Right?

  1. Overview
  2. Fact Sheet

"There once was a land where men were always right." So begins this fable of an unnamed land (America, from the looks of it) where different sides- old and young, white and black, hawks and doves- by giving examples, all and separately declare themselves to be right, the other side to be wrong. With increasing polarization, the land reaches catatonia until someone declares "I may be wrong" and someone else replies "You may be right." Cooperation gets underway, slowly at first, and then the land is reunited.

The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: Is it Always Right to Be Right?

    Directed by: Nick BOSUSTOW

    Country: USA

    Year of production: 1970

    Running time: 08 min

  • Technique

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    Techniques used:

    Process: Colour

  • Credits

    Directed by: Nick BOSUSTOW

    Production: BOSUSTOW NICK FILMS ENTERTAINMENT

    Distribution: BOSUSTOW NICK FILMS ENTERTAINMENT

    Animation: Dave Brain, Lee Mishkin

    Editing: Tee Bosustow