To See or Not to See
To See or Not to See (French: Psychocratie) is a Canadian animated short film, directed by Břetislav Pojar for the National Film Board in 1969. An exploration of fear, the film centres on a scientist who develops a pair of glasses that allows the wearer to see reality instead of subjective perception, thus making fear less onerous and easier to overcome. The 14-minute, 31-second short was voiced by Severn Darden, with sound and music editing by Maurice Blackburn and was produced for the NFB by Robert Verrall and Wolf Koenig.
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