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Les enfants de la pluie (2003)

The Pyross and the Hydross are have been at war for as long as they can remember. The Pyross, who worship the sun, water brings only death and desolation, whereas the Hydross must always stay protected from heat, which petrifies them.

Director:

Philippe Leclerc

Writers:

Serge Brussolo (novel), Philippe Caza | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Frédéric Cerdal Frédéric Cerdal ... Razza (voice)
Pascale Chemin Pascale Chemin ... Young Djuba (voice)
Mélody Dubos Mélody Dubos ... Béryl (voice)
Fily Keita Fily Keita ... Kallisto (voice) (as Filly Keita)
David Kruger ... Akkar (voice)
Yann Le Madic Yann Le Madic ... Young Akkar (voice) (as Yann Lemadic)
Gilbert Lévy Gilbert Lévy ... Solon (voice) (as Gilbert Levy)
Benjamin Pascal Benjamin Pascal ... Skan (voice)
Charles Pestel Charles Pestel ... Tob (voice)
Marjolaine Poulain Marjolaine Poulain ... Djuba (voice)
Philippe Sarrazin Philippe Sarrazin ... Trinitro (voice)
Hélène Vauquois Hélène Vauquois ... Chloé (voice)
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The Pyross and the Hydross are have been at war for as long as they can remember. The Pyross, who worship the sun, water brings only death and desolation, whereas the Hydross must always stay protected from heat, which petrifies them.

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Country:

France | South Korea

Language:

French

Release Date:

25 June 2003 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Az eső gyermekei See more »

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Opening Weekend:

$429,370 (France), 27 June 2003
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Predictable, but in style
4 January 2004 | by hmsgroopSee all my reviews

'Les enfants de la pluie' is very predictable (for a person with at least some experience in reading sci-fi it is easy to guess how the plot will develop and how it all will end). At the same time I liked the drawings, the style of cartoonists. As compared with, say, 'Les maitres du temps' it is regrettably less gripping, but it makes a bit more sense in the long run.


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