Synopsis

The Little Prince is, after the Bible, the second best-selling book in history.
Seventy years after its first publication, what legacy has The Little Prince left and what influence does the book, which is translated into more than 250 languages ​​and distributed in more than 140 million copies, still carry on readers all over the world?
In the form of a fable, the famous plot of the book distils an ethics of self-acceptance and invites respect for humanity … for a better world.
Did we learn something from this story … or did we all become adults? And what “invisible essence” illuminates this fable that continues to captivate millions of readers decades after being offered to humanity?
These are the questions that are at the heart of this documentary tribute that explores the mystery at the heart of one of the most beautiful stories ever written, and the complex genius that was its author, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

Broadcaster
Radio-Canada
Production years
2018
Format
Documentary and Esperamos
Producer

Mathieu Amadei and Stuart Anderson (90th Parrallel)

Executive Producer

Michel St-Cyr, Guy Villeneuve and Gordon Anderson (90th Parrallel)

Director

Hugo Latulippe

Back

Our
News

Fair-Play garnering multiple awards and nominations

Fair-Play’s list of awards and nominations is getting longer. In addition to the company being nominated at the Rose d’O ...
Read more

DANCE REVOLUTION ON CHINESE TELEVISION!

After Lithuania and Russia, Dance Revolution concept is now in China! On October 5, more than 20 million viewers gathere ...
Read more

100 Génies shines in Cannes!

Groupe Fair-Play, CBC and Radio-Canada Distribution walked MIPCOM’s red carpet for the international market launch of 10 ...
Read more