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Snow White: The Sequel (2007)

Blanche Neige, la suite (original title)
Follows what happens to Snow White and Prince Charming after their marriage, including the Prince's sexual trysts with Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella.

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Le Prince Charmant (voice)
Marie Vincent ...
La Bonne Fée (voice)
Jean-Claude Donda ...
Les Sept Nains / Le Grand Veneur / Chanson des Sept Nains (voice)
Gérard Surugue ...
Les Sept Nains (voice)
Benoît Allemane ...
Le Narrateur (voice)
Marc Alfos ...
L'Ogre (voice)
François Barbin ...
La Bête (voice)
Mona Walravens ...
La Belle (voice)
Sasha Supera ...
Tom Pouce (voice)
Agathe Schumacher ...
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Michel Tugot-Doris ...
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Olivier Cordina ...
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Anaïs Croze ...
Chansons de Blanche Neige (singing voice) (as Anaïs)
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Prince Charming was supposed to live long and happily with Snowwhite after kissing her back to live. However married life doesn't become them, given her lack of domestic skills and his prancing job. Soon each drifts to an affair, only the start of a whole series of perversions of various fairy tale characters' traditional good nature, such as the dwarfs acting as loan shark syndicate. The jealous 'good' fairy takes the cake, as motor of evil twists. Written by KGF Vissers

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They were married.... and it was all downhill from there

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31 January 2007 (Belgium)  »

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Branca de Neve Depois do Casamento  »

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The names of the seven dwarves in the English version are Horny, Grungy, Funky, Scummy, Spotty, Filth, and Mental. See more »

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Oh la la!
4 February 2007 | by (Paris,France) – See all my reviews

C'était complètement minable : à fuir absolument!

This was an idiotic attempt to destroy classic source material, and thoroughly succeeded!

Do not see this film under any circumstances unless you wish to have your ten euros torn up and shoved up your nostrils by a bunch of vapid, atrociously unamusing characters.

This type of film clearly illustrates the gulf that still unfortunately divides directors and audiences. If the individual (heaven forbid a collective could have conceived this dross) behind this had been considerate enough to watch the version currently playing in French cinemas, he or she would have endured what I was forced to endure, and mercifully rewritten it or just scrapped it altogether. The vein of adult humour being mined here dates, to my mind, back to Fritz the Cat but lacks that film's avant-garde status or even its base attempt at social commentary.

With the proliferation of remakes and increasing reliance on pre-existing source material to fund storytelling these days, one would hope that choosing Snow White, and thus not having to worry about conceiving characters or a radically new story, would have allowed more time for, oh I don't know, interesting animation, smarter jokes, perhaps a coherent film that has something to say and doesn't telegraph its vacuity from the opening frame?

A manifestly appalling production.


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