|Directed by Gudrun Bjerring Parker|
|Canada, 1953 (fiction, 6 minutes, black and white, English)|
"First in a series of discussion-provoking subjects, this film shows how one person's judgment might reasonably run counter to the majority opinion. This is illustrated in a high-school classroom where a campaign is under way to raise funds for a school project. One student, although he believes in the cause, withholds his support because he disapproves of the high-pressure methods which put individuals on the spot if they are unable to or do not wish to contribute. The audience is asked for their appraisal."
-- National Film Board of Canada (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Written by:||Rita Greer Allen|
|Produced by:||Michael Spencer|
|Production Company:||National Film Board of Canada / Office national du film du Canada|