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Thermostat 6

Thermostat 6
Thermostat 6

Film Details

Year

2018

Duration

5 minutes

Genres

Animation, Short Films

Language

French (English subtitles)


Synopsis

As a family sit down to eat together, teenager Diane expresses her frustration with the bucket on the dining table which is in place to catch the dropping water from the leaking ceiling. The rest of her family are unconcerned, however, either ignoring or dismissing her concerns. As the dripping pipe gets significantly worse, Diane takes matters into her own hands and attempts to fix the leak which threatens to flood the whole house. ‘Thermostat 6’ is a humorous French language animation which examines attitudes around climate change as well as providing an allegorical introduction to the topic for younger learners.

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