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Flatland: The Movie (2007)

| Animation, Short
Based on Edwin Abott's book "Flatland", this is an animated film about geometric characters living in a two-dimensional world. When a young girl named "Hex" decides to "think outside the ... See full summary »


Edwin A. Abbott (book), Seth Caplan | 2 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Martin Sheen ... Arthur Square (voice)
Kristen Bell ... Hex (voice)
Michael York ... Spherius (voice)
Joe Estevez ... Abbott Square (voice)
Tony Hale ... King of Pointland (voice)
Curtis Luciani Curtis Luciani ... King of Lineland (voice)
Danu Uribe Danu Uribe ... Arlene Square (voice)
Garry Peters Garry Peters ... Pantocyclus (voice)
Lee Eddy ... Helios / Queen of Lineland (voice)
Robert Murphy ... Pentagon Reporter (voice)
Shannon McCormick Shannon McCormick ... Triangle Guard #1 (voice)
Seth Caplan ... Triangle Guard #2 (voice)
Dano Johnson ... Radio Triangle (voice)
T. Lynn Mikeska T. Lynn Mikeska ... Heptagon Mother / Queen of Lineland (voice)
Jeffrey Travis Jeffrey Travis ... Circle Priest (voice)


Based on Edwin Abott's book "Flatland", this is an animated film about geometric characters living in a two-dimensional world. When a young girl named "Hex" decides to "think outside the box" (in a world where such thought is forbidden), her life becomes in danger and it is up to her grandfather to save her life. Written by JWW

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A Journey of Many Dimensions


Animation | Short


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Director Jeffrey Travis has a cameo as a yellow Circle Priest, while Director/Animator Dano Johnson plays multiple triangle guards. See more »


The end of the movie shows a hypercube surrounded by eight cubes, one of which is the center of Flatland's Area 33H, which is surrounded by six squares. Continuing the analogy, each square should be surrounded by four lines, and each line should be surrounded by two points, yet in the actual Area 33H, each square is only surrounded by one line and each line is surrounded by only one point. Similarly, the other seven cubes in Spaceland do not appear to be surrounded by any squares, lines, or points. See more »


Female Boss Circle: [to A Square, who is late arriving at the office] Get to your Square-icle! NOW!
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Crazy Credits

The film opens with the following message: 'This movie has been modified from its original version. It has been formatted to fit your Spaceland screen. Certain elements from Flatland have been altered to be recognizable by three-dimensional beings. Any similarity to people, places or objects in our world is purely coincidental.' See more »


Referenced in Dragon Day (2013) See more »

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Yep. Geometry Just Got More Boring With "Flatland"
1 August 2015 | by strong-122-478885See all my reviews

Psssst! - Confidentially speaking (from an adult's perspective) - "Flatland" (a 35-minute, CGI, geometry lesson for the kiddies) was just Hollywood, once again, frantically scrambling to come up with something/anything truly original and interesting to dazzle and entertain, and, then, falling "flat" on its (*bleep*bleep*) face one more time.

Yes. I will admit that, visually, "Flatland" had some "OK" moments - But, for the most part, its story contained way too much mean-mindedness and the whole scenario got pretty tired by repeatedly driving home the point about the existence of the 3rd dimension.

I was really hoping that "Flatland" was going to be one helluva total roller-coaster ride of non-stop animation wizardry, but, instead, it was, pretty much, the same/old, same/old from start to finish.

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