Sainte BarbeSainte Barbe (2007) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical Short
- TSR/SSR idée suisse, Cinémagination, Hélium Films, National Film Board of Canada
- Cartoon Characters: Léon, Grandfather, Grandmother.
- Originally Released in 2007.
- Running Time: 7:45 minutes.
- Switzerland / Canada
But one day, grandpa doesn't wake up. Well, it's natural for grandfathers to die before their grandchildren. Léon is sad, especially as his grandmother is at last able to shave off that pesky beard. Goodbye hair! Adieu butterflies! Adieu lovely beard! Now the old man's face looks like a mown field.
To soften his pain, Léon decides to bury the beard. He digs a hole in the middle of the forest and buries the precious secret. The rising sun next morning reveals that a beard forest has sprung up, thick and black like grandpa's.
And from now on, Léon's round head sports a sort of thick black brush. A souvenir of the old days, when he played and laughed with his grandfather.
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