To Be and to Have To Be and to Have

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An observation of the humanity of young people.

The documentary's title translates as "to be and to have", the two auxiliary verbs in the French language. It is about a primary school in the commune of Saint-Étienne-sur-Usson, Puy-de-Dôme, France, the population of which is just over 200. The school has one small class of mixed ages (from four to twelve years), with a dedicated teacher, Georges Lopez, who shows patience and respect for the children as we follow their story through a single school year.

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Ser y tener, Être et avoir - Sein und haben, Да бъдеш и да имаш, Ser e Ter, At være og at have, Nytpä tahdon olla mä, Na eisai kai na eheis, Segédigék, Essere e avere, Å være og ha - En hyllest til livet

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