Films • 3m 44s
A little boy in a refugee camp finds and befriends a lost baby bird. He feeds it, protects it, and at night it sleeps close beside him. The adults observe him with tender sadness, oblivious to the Life that the child had given to a dirty old piece of cloth.
Director: Juliette Rogasik
Producer: Juliette Rogasik
2017 | 4 min
Europe| United Kingdom
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