The Apprentice

Directed by Richard Condie - 1991

In this animated short from Richard Condie (The Big Snit), an old fool
meets a young fool at a crossroads in the 14th century.  The old fool stays
behind while the young fool skips blindly down the wrong road. The old
fool must then teach his young apprentice about the consequences of
taking the wrong road. A quirky tale told without words.

Produced by the
National Film Board of Canada (NFB).
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