Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive

Is It Always Right to Be Right?

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Description Uses animation, live-action sequences, and the narration of Orson Welles to show the cause of divisiveness in society: man's refusal to believe that he could be wrong in his opinions and beliefs. Constructs a parable about a land where only a coward admitted he was wrong. Presents the division which occurred between various groups--the young and old, teachers and legislators, blacks and whites. Concludes with one person's admission that perhaps he could be wrong, which initially bridged the division.
Date 1970


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