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The Man Who Planted Trees - 1987 - Frederic Back

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Published on Jan 24, 2013

The Man Who Planted Trees, by Jean Giono a text animated by Frederic Back.

Jean Giono (Manosque, March 30, 1895 - House "The Paraïs" Manosque, October 9, 1970) is a French writer and screenwriter, a Piedmontese family of origin. Many of his works framework for the world's Provencal peasant. Inspired by her imagination and visions of ancient Greece, his novels depicted the human condition in the world, faced with moral and metaphysical issues and has a universal appeal. He became famous especially in the United States by publishing the new The Man Who Planted Trees.
He became the friend of Lucien Jacques, Andre Gide and Jean Guéhenno, and the painter Georges Gimel. He nevertheless remained on the margins of all literary currents of his time.


Frédéric Back (born April 8, 1924, Sankt Arnual district Saarbrücken Territory of the Saar Basin, and died on 24 December 2013, Montreal, Canada) is a painter, illustrator, muralist and director of animated films internationally renowned, best known for her two Academy Awards (1982, 1988) and for his film the Man who planted trees.

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