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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

Don’t be fooled by the title of filmmaker Marjoleine Boonstra’s documentary.

Yes, “The Miracle of the Little Prince” does revolve around Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s novel “The Little Prince,” which has been embraced by readers all over the world since it was published in 1943.

But the chief subject matter of the film currently receiving its U.S. theatrical premiere at New York City’s Film Forum is languages; specifically, the threatened disappearance of many of them.

Boonstra works from the fact that the novel has been translated into approximately 375 languages (more, the doc informs us, than any book except the Bible) and explores how many translators have used it to help keep their native tongues alive.

Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.