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'The Boy Who wanted to be a Lion' by Alois Di Leo

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'The Boy Who wanted to be a Lion' by Alois Di Leo

Postby Charles » Wed Oct 03, 2012 12:08 pm

This is a fine video with an odd story as it ends in an unexpected way. A seven-year-old deaf boy growing up in the 1960s goes on a school trip to the zoo where he sees a lion for the first time and his life is changed. Directed by Alois Di Leo from the National Film and Television School in the UK, assisted by many talented individuals on the production. You can access the film's website here.

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