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Writers:
François Alaux (screenplay) &
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Release Date:
5 October 2011 (France) See more »
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Plot:
Police chase an armed criminal in a version of Los Angeles comprised entirely of corporate logos. | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
Won Oscar. Another 8 wins & 5 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
I Expected A Lot More Considering It Won The Oscar See more (18 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Bob Stephenson ... Ronald / Bibendum Mike / Bibendum Sheriff (voice)

Sherman Augustus ... Bibendum Mitch (voice)
Aja Evans ... Esso Girl (voice)

Joel Michaely ... Big Boy / Green Giant / Mr Clean (voice)

Matt Winston ... Haribo (voice)

Andrew Kevin Walker ... Pringles Hot & Spicy (voice)

David Fincher ... Pringles Original (voice)
Gregory J. Pruss ... Chopper Pilot / Pillsbury Doughboy (voice)
Josh Eichenbaum ... M&Ms (voice)

Jaime Ray Newman ... Dispatch Girl - Radio (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pauline Moingeon Vallès

Directed by
François Alaux 
Hervé de Crécy 
Ludovic Houplain 
 
Writing credits
François Alaux (screenplay) &
Hervé de Crécy (screenplay) &
Ludovic Houplain (screenplay)

Gregory J. Pruss (dialogue)

Produced by
François Alaux .... producer
Hervé de Crécy .... producer
Sandrine De Monte .... associate producer
Ludovic Houplain .... producer
Stéphane Kooshmanian .... executive producer
Maurice Prost .... executive producer
Nicolas Schmerkin .... executive producer
Nicolas Schmerkin .... producer
Rhea Scott .... executive producer
 
Film Editing by
Samuel Danési 
 
Art Direction by
François Alaux 
Quentin Brachet 
Hervé de Crécy 
Ludovic Houplain 
 
Sound Department
Louis Bart .... additional sound
Hall Cantrell .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Josh Eichenbaum .... re-recording mixer
Warrick Marais .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Human Worldwide .... sound designer
 
Visual Effects by
Mathias Barday .... digital artist
Étienne Bolo .... digital compositor
Bastien Brenot .... digital effects lead
Bastien Brenot .... visual effects artist
Mathieu De Saint Jores .... digital lighting and compositing artist
Hugues de Tournemire .... digital artist
Julien Dubuisson .... software engineer
Laetitia Gabrielli .... look development artist
Pascal Giroux .... visual effects producer
Guillaume Ho Tsong Fang .... lighting and compositing supervisor
Damien Hurgon .... digital compositor
Bourdonnay Judikael .... digital lighting and compositing artist
Benjamin Lenfant .... modeler
Luc Martias .... digital lighting and compositing artist
Jérôme Martinez .... modeler
Julien Meesters .... head of studio
Olivier Mitonneau .... cg artist
Thomas Mouraille .... modeler
Michael Nauzin .... animation supervisor
Simon Rafin .... digital lighting and compositing artist
Manuel Souillac .... cg artist
Quentin Sur .... digital artist
Milan Voukassovitch .... digital lighting and compositing artist
 
Animation Department
Julien Aubard .... animator
Damien Climent .... animator
Cédric Hervet .... animation supervisor
Renaud Mégange .... animator
Michael Nauzin .... animation director
Michael Nauzin .... animation supervisor
Michael Nauzin .... animator
 
Editorial Department
Florian Du Pasquier .... colorist assistant
Jean-Baptiste Le Guen .... digital film supervisor
 
Music Department
Bryan Ray Turcotte .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Joshua Jason .... publicist
 
Thanks
Adam Lane .... special thanks
 

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Goofs:
Continuity: When the Michelin Man cops are parked outside the KFC, the Ghostbusters "No Ghost" logo Stop sign is facing them with the ghost's head on the left (as it is customarily displayed in North America). When the cops pull away, the sign is shown from the other side, and the ghost is still facing the same way. When seen from the other side, the ghost's head should be on the right - as seen later on when the the Esso Girl and Big Boy are getting into the abandoned cop car.See more »
Quotes:
Michelinman Mike:[after getting berated by his boss] Captain Douchebag.See more »
Movie Connections:
Spoofs Pulp Fiction (1994)See more »
Soundtrack:
I DON'T WANT TO SET THE WORLD ON FIRESee more »

FAQ

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0 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
I Expected A Lot More Considering It Won The Oscar, 10 March 2014
Author: Theo Robertson from Isle Of Bute, Scotland

An interesting concept of mixing animation with political satire , so interesting in fact that it won an Oscar as best animated short and has come in for a lot of praise on this page . It's good but perhaps not as good as many people are claiming . The problem I had the novelty of having a cityscape composed of American corporate logos is a good one but beyond that there's absolutely no other reason for it to exist and the film doesn't seem to know what to do with the concept except to let the audience shout out " Hey I know that reference " It is of course a French animated short and it was the French themselves who invented post modernist cinematic culture so you're able to pick it the references that the two cops are channeling a certain sequence from PULP FICTION and that the crazy villain is based on Andy Robinson's Scorpio from DIRTY HARRY . There might also be a comment there about product placement but if it's the fact that everything has corporate logo then it's far too overdone to be effective satire . Perhaps one could also have wished to have seen it in the original tongue as it might have missed something in translation

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