Invisible Essence: The Little Prince
Directed by Charles Officer • 2018 • Canada
For nearly eighty years, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s novella THE LITTLE PRINCE has captivated readers with its simple yet transcendent story that suggests an ethical philosophy about life and a universal code of respect for humanity. Delving into Saint-Exupéry’s brief but eventful life and the troubled circumstances that led to the writing of this supremely gentle work, director Charles Officer lovingly illuminates the book’s universal themes, the secret of its enduring appeal, and the magic and mystery of the human imagination.
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