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The Talk: True Stories About the Birds and the Bees
Directed by
Alain Delannoy

Canada / 2016 / 8:50

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SHORTS: Animation with Joy and Noelle.

There are things in life you never forget. One of them, like it or not, is "The Talk".

Adults share memories of when their parents first tried to explain sex to them. Using actual recordings of these recollections and a mix of hand drawn images, photographs, computer generated images, as well as stop frame animated toys and props. The memories of several individuals have been thoughtfully recreated in order to best present the awkwardness of one of life's strangest occurrences.

Alain Delannoy is a Canadian independent animation filmmaker. Born in Winnipeg, Canada, Delannoy studied at the University of Manitoba's School of Art. He has created several short animated films, which have screened internationally. Currently, Delannoy teaches animation and video production at Université de Saint-Boniface in Manitoba, Canada.
Cast/Featuring: Animation
Executive Producer(s): Alain Delannoy
Producer(s): Alain Delannoy
Director(s): Alain Delannoy
Screenwriter(s): Alain Delannoy
Cinematographer(s): Alain Delannoy
Editor(s): Alain Delannoy
Composer(s)/Music: Eidski
Animator(s): Alain Delannoy
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