|Directed by||Claude Jutra|
|Produced by||Robert Forget|
|Written by||Danielle Bail
|Music by||Pierre F. Brault
|Editing by||Claire Boyer
|Distributed by||National Film Board of Canada|
|Running time||94 min.|
In the film, nine teenagers get to act out their wildest dreams.
Thirty years after the production of Wow, the NFB co-produced a sequel Wow 2, using the same concept of adolescents acting out their dreams.  This film was directed by Jean-Philippe Duval and co-produced by Monique Simard, who was a participant in the original film.
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