This short fictional film evokes rural life in Cape Breton’s Margaree Valley, with its rich colours, bright sunshine, and crystal-clear streams. The film tells the story of a young boy and his grandfather, a carpenter with a hearing impairment. The young boy frolics joyfully in the rural landscape, but eventually he’ll need to learn a lesson from his grandfather about safety, responsibility, and maturity. The film features original music by Maurice Blackburn, one of Canada’s foremost composers.
Âge 10 à 13 ans
Géographie - Géographie humaine
Géographie - Ressources naturelles
Géographie - Territoire: régional
Sciences humaines - Les communautés au Canada/Dans le monde