Les Enfants de la Baleine Blanche (HD) – 1991…


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Date: April 06, 2021

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“A unique encounter between childhood and adventure. This documentary, shot between September 1988 and August 1989, filmed in part by the young French teenagers of this expedition, who set out to meet the Silver Bank humpback whales off the Dominican Republic, recounts their journey from France to Caribbean Sea on two small offshore sailing ships. An immersion in the world of Peter Pan, where time seems to have stood still at 12 years old! Ushuaia Trophy deserved for this journey of college students … outside their school. Just that of life and discovery.”

Ah!…

…To swim in the sea, with beautiful boys!…

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10 thoughts on “Les Enfants de la Baleine Blanche (HD) – 1991…

  1. eqfoundation Post author

    It really is staggering, just how much intolerance there is towards movies with children in them…

    There are still a handful of movies still available in this series…but, it’s virtually become a wall of deleted videos…

    This series has been hit about as hard as M.A. TV…the censorship is rampant.

    There are still references to a lot of movies here, that you might be able to look up on your own…So, there is that.

    …What an ugly, ugly world, I am tired of living in…where the child is to be forbidden and censored.

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  2. feinmann

    It appears the only refuge left for treasures such as this lie in quiet corners of the internet. In such places, connoisseurs of child genre films kindly share what they have with others who also appreciate the beauty of childhood. If such corners get dismantled by fascist thought police as they often do, other corners will be created, and the beauty of childhood will continue to be made available, shared, and enjoyed by those in love with such beauty.

    What comes across so powerfully in the film is the degree of freedom the children are given to discover the world around them. Plenty of scenes where they seemed to be taking quite a risk, for example, clambering up and exploring the rusting hulk of a shipwreck. I have always considered French kids to be notably more mature and sophisticated for their age, likely due to more permissive, intelligent, and loving parenting. Scum like Macron have already begun to put an end to all of that by introducing age of consent laws to protect children from harm.

    And please do not ask me who my favourite boy was …

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    1. eqfoundation Post author

      🙂

      I was thinking the literal same thing, while they were swimming through the ship wreck.

      If a movie got made like this today, people would be on the rampage over it.

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    2. eqfoundation Post author

      “It appears the only refuge left for treasures such as this…”

      I’ve no doubt already expressed this…but I go through a quandary, having a posting series like this one…knowing that if I share these, I’m increasing the probability they may get deleted [despite there is no sane reason for the censorship].

      Part of me thinks maybe I should just drop movie titles and dates, instead of embedding them here…but a direct link also allows people to archive more easily…

      …and this content is precious.

      I sometimes wonder how the uploaders feel about me sharing their content…

      One in particular got nasty about it, quite a while back…It seems others have made some media private…or deleted it…

      I suspect a number of these got taken down on copyright grounds, though.

      This series is quite “ethereal”, in a sense.

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    1. eqfoundation Post author

      Thanks!

      I’m going to post another of these sorts of videos in the Frontier Adventure series…I suspect, the same guy may have been involved there, also.

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  3. feinmann

    Well worth reading the introduction written by TruthJunkieMikael, the poster of this 11 video set. He actually references LGBTP within it.

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