NFB Film: Window Horses
Challenge your mind and get inspired with amazing films from the National Film Board of Canada!
Window Horses is a feature-length animated story of Rosie Ming, a young Canadian poet invited to perform at a festival in Shiraz, Iran. Rosie lives in Vancouver with her over-protective Chinese grandparents, and has never been anywhere on her own. But once in Iran, she finds herself in the company of poets and Persians, all of whom tell her stories about her past, the Iranian father she had assumed abandoned her, and about the nature of poetry itself. It’s about love, finding your own path, and learning how to forgive.