Un monstre à Paris
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Yes, there is, at the very end. Most of the cast fly over Paris in a balloon dropping those special seeds that make the water recede as they grow into large sunflowers.

The credits end with the 3 antagonists share the same prison room.

The story takes place in January 1910 when Paris went through was is known as the great flood: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1910_Great_Flood_of_Paris

When the water was at its highest, the Eiffel tower had indeed its feet in the water.


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