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Jan Kounen's style really shines in this short. The warm colors, the perfectly implemented CGI, the costumes, it's all beautiful. You fall in love with the chaperon rouge (little red riding hood)and her surroundings immediately. Her world stands in strong contrast to the evil undergound laboratory where another chaperon rouge resides. The latter lost her legs when an evil professor cut her to pieces. She survived, killed the professor, but inherited his evilness. She wants to steal the last riding hood's legs so she can dance like she did long ago. A modern fairy tale with a lot of visual flair.
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