L’Homme qui plantait des arbres

Video 30 min
OSCAR 1988 : Better animation film

Comments

  1. cristina cabral says:

    história maravilhosa!

  2. Melissa says:

    This is my favorite animated movie, thanks for sharing

  3. Apa Che says:

    thank you…

  4. Hulya says:

    Thank you Paulo, it’s abeautiful story and a beautiful lesson.
    I wish you all a good day.
    Love
    Hulya

  5. friv says:

    I look forward to reading and listening to your blog/podcasts daily. Thank you Paulo for the beautiful lessons and words of life, especially giving glory to God. So grateful for all He has done in my life, even with my mistakes it gives me joy to know I trust a God of love , grace and mercy. Some great followers and such wonderful depth in every single persons comments. Love it!

  6. Amali says:

    Señor ayudame porque no se quien soy, ayudame porque no se a donde voy, guiame con tu luz y tu verdad, conduceme al arcoiris cuando pase la tempestad y toma mi mano, yo estare alli Señor esperando.

  7. Thank You,Paulo! cool animation

  8. AMK says:

    Thank you Paulo, that was awesome :) I look forward to reading your blog weekly, it’s always a good source of inspiration. I was interviewed for my bestselling novel recently, and I told the interviewer how you are my greatest inspiration, so I thought you may be interested in reading it! The book is ‘Vagabond’, and the interview where I talk about Paulo Coelho is here http://paperdragonink.com/?p=2762

    I hope that it makes you happy! Your success has influenced me, which has caused my success. I think you’re the greatest. http://www.anthonykarakai.com

  9. HECTOR says:

    Si el hombre fuera mas comprensivo con la naturaleza ya no existieran deciertos. pues tenemos todos los medios al alcance de nuestro entendimiento , solo hace falta voluntad para lograrlo.

  10. Marie-Christine says:

    ‘Il en sait beaucoup plus que tout le monde. Il a trouve un fameux moyen d’etre heureux’
    He knows more than everyone else. He has found a real way to be happy.

    Thank you for sharing that beautiful text and animation of ‘The man who planted trees’ and brought back life to the area.
    Elezeard Nouffierd – un caractere exceptionnel –
    ‘10,000 personnes lui doivent leur bonheur.’
    10,000 people owe him happiness.
    He rebuilt the area by planting seeds that bore their fruit transforming an arid place into a prosperous, healthy and pleasant area to live.
    He followed and believe in his idea.
    Oui , ‘la condition humaine est admirable.’
    yes ‘human condition is admirable’

    With love
    Marie-Christine

  11. Alla says:

    It was a good video and I also would like to announce that I added one more lesson to “Aleph” Reading guide at my site:www.allasobirova.com

  12. Psalmbody says:

    P(e)ace and thank you, Paulo.

  13. barbara says:

    Thank you, what a beautiful story:)

  14. Tutti Rivero says:

    Maravilloso todo!Siempre crei que, por donde uno pasa,debe tratar de dejar ese lugar mas bonito de la manera que pueda.Cuando llego a vivir a un lugar,lo primero que hago es plantar flores,hacer un huerto,sin pensar por cuanto tiempo voy a vivir ahi,no importa…Aca,donde estoy hace como 1 ano,soy la unica que tiene flores en la ventana<ojala todos hicieran lo mismo!

  15. Natasha Novínsky says:

    Paulo…
    Às vezes nos entregamos aos lenhadores, que dia após dia nos consome e faz de nossas vidas um verdadeiro deserto… Devemos reflorestar o nosso interior com esperança, felicidade e amor…Depende apenas de cada um de nós, mudar, dando o primeiro passo para sair da conformidade de ser mais um infeliz,por não ter tido a coragem de mudar o próprio destino.
    Tá grá agam ort…Beijo carmim!!!

  16. Ana says:

    Paulo Coelho, amo seus livros! Ontem estava num restaurante em Hoi An, a cidade mais charmosa do Vietnam, e o garçom do restaurante que jantei quando soube que sou brasileira me disse “Paulo Coelho”. Achei tão bacana, pois as pessoas geralmente falam “carnaval” e ouvir daquele adorável senhor o seu nome e saber dos livros que ele já leu ( o alqumista é um deles) foi maravilhoso. O seu sucesso me dá muito orgulho! Um grande abraço

  17. Mariette says:

    Merci d’avoir partage un si beau film. :-)

  18. João Pedro says:

    Ces´t vraiment extraordinaire. Bravo!

  19. Well says:

    ty, here it is german and english

    Der Mann, der Bäume pflanzte
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPtAKC0bydg&feature=results_video&playnext=1&list=PLAAE6B84942BEE847

    The Man Who Planted Trees

  20. olá!

    sou fã e leitora assídua do Paulo Coelho.

    vendo hoje um post no blog dele “sonhe e realize seu sonho”, eu lembrei do meu sonho mais especial do momento e que tinha deixado de lado.

    Que o Paulo Coelho escreva o texto de apresentação do meu cd. o primeiro autoral e com o qual estou começando minha carreira nacional.

    única condição:

    que ele escute as músicas e só escreva se de fato gostar do som, do conteúdo, da vida que existe ali.

    portanto, depois de muito procurar, esse foi o único meio que encontrei de chegar próximo.

    tomara que esta mensagem de fato chegue ao Paulo.

  21. Guilherme says:

    Esse filme é a cara do Paulo Coelho.

  22. Sheela Nandini says:

    Thank You,Paulo!

  23. Gonzalo says:

    No importa de quien es la tierra, solo importa quien cuida de ella y la mejora con amor, esperanza y perseverancia.
    Simplemente magnifico!!!!!!

  24. Cynthia says:

    As always your blog sends me on a mission so to speak to understand meanings and interpretations I just came across this poem which I think describes the “Man who Planted trees”

    The love of God, unutterable and perfect,
    flows into a pure soul the way that light
    rushes into a transparent object.
    The more love that it finds, the more it gives
    itself; so that, as we grow clear and open,
    the more complete the joy of heaven is.
    And the more souls who resonate together,
    the greater the intensity of their love,
    and, mirror-like, each soul reflects the other.
    by Dante Alighieri (1265?- 1321)
    I posted this earlier in my enthusiasm to share
    An english translation of L’Homme qui plantait des arbres video. http://www.myspace.com/video/miguel/the-man-who-planted-trees/54711021

    1. Sheela Nandini says:

      Bless You, Cynthia for sharing the link in English and for the lovely poem as well.
      A big thank you,dear!

      Love
      sheela

  25. Heimo Kruschinski says:

    A wonderful film. I did not know him yet. There are trees and trees. To plant a tree in a man’s heart is also a godly work. To give people hope for a better world to live their dream. At least as difficult and hard as the work of the old shepherd. Who knows what happened to Santiago? I would hope he planted trees. But who knows? Santigo is your shepherd, or you are actually Santiago. Or are we all? Thank you for this film, he has moved me to tears.

    I wish you all a wonderful day

  26. eleonora says:

    meraviglioso..si commenta da solo!!!una meravigliosa giornata a tutti!!!!!!!!!!!

  27. Marie-Christine Grimard says:

    Cher Paulo,
    Merci de partager avec nous cette magnifique animation mettant en scène ce merveilleux texte de Jean giono , rehaussé encore s’il est possible, par la voix de Philippe Noiret. Texte où l’on sent tour à tour, la paix de cette terre et la violence des hommes. Un seul homme peut ainsi faire refleurir la terre inculte des collines , ce qui retient l’eau, trésor instimable de ces contrées arides. Comment un peu de bonne volonté peut faire briller les étoiles endormies. Comment un peu d’amour, distribué genéreusement, sans compter, peut ensoleiller le monde.
    Merci pour cette fable, qui nous tourne vers l’optimisme. tant qu’il restera des hommes libres et généreux, la terre restera belle.
    La passion est la plus belle force des hommes, laissons la s’épanouir et elle nous emportera jusqu’au ciel..
    Que la belle séréntité de cette âme éclaire notre dimanche…
    Merci pour le partage de ce trésor, cher Paulo.
    Avec amour et admiration. M Christine G
    Dear Paulo,
    Thank you for sharing with us this great animation featuring this wonderful text by Jean Giono, further enhanced if possible, through the voice of Philippe Noiret. Text in which one feels in turn, the peace of this land and male violence. One man can make the wasteland bloom again from the hills, which retains water, treasure instimable of these arid regions.
    How a little of good will can make the stars shine asleep.
    How a little of love, distributed generously, without counting, can brighten the world.
    Thank you for this fable, we turned to optimism. while he remains free men and generous, the earth will belle. Passion is the finest force of men, Let it grow and take us to heaven ..
    That the soul of this beautiful séréntité enlightens our Sunday …
    Thank you for sharing this treasure, dear Paulo.
    With love and admiration. M Christine G

  28. Jude says:

    It took just a tiny life. =)

  29. Elaine says:

    Beautiful. May the seeds we plant today keep or improve those who follow us.

    ((((LOVE))))