|Directed by Françoise Bujold and Jacques Godbout|
|Canada, 1964 (documentary, 9 minutes, colour, French)|
|Also known as "People Might Laugh at Us"|
|Photo © National Film Board of Canada|
"On the Maria reserve in the Baie des Chaleurs region of Québec, Micmac Indian children make birds and dolls of brightly coloured paper, which they hang in trees. But they are reluctant to have visitors see them, claiming, 'People might laugh at us.' The film is without comment except for the background music."
-- National Film Board of Canada (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Production Company:||Office national du film du Canada / National Film Board of Canada|