Although children aren't entomologists, when they take a trip to the country and start roaming through fields and meadows, they do spend an incredible amount of time observing insects. ... See full summary »
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Although children aren't entomologists, when they take a trip to the country and start roaming through fields and meadows, they do spend an incredible amount of time observing insects. Unlike grownup specialists, our knee-high observers with scabby knees have a peculiar perception of these tiny creatures, readily imagining them in utterly weird, surrealistic situations. Such an offbeat, and often comic vision provides the basis for how MINUSCULE will be showing insects in their day-to-day existence, "at grassroots level," as if we were right there with them. So forget everything you've ever learned about segmented, winged or wingless little creatures, because you're about to discover bug reality. MINUSCULE revolves around the day-to-day existence of insects. Although the series calls to mind a wildlife documentary, it's a documentary in which the insects are presented in burlesque situations, with a fair amount of philosophical contemplation thrown in. You might call it a cross ... Written by Anonymous

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2006 (France) See more »

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Followed by Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants (2013) See more »

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Wonderful!
4 February 2010 | by jeannettefreySee all my reviews

Minuscule is the pleasure of plunging into the world at once real and marvelous of the lives of tiny animals inhabiting our meadows, through small 5 minutes stories. No translation needed, no text, no humans, the lives of these tiny animals doesn't collide often with the destiny of mankind. More so with our houses (warm even in winter),gardens (full of delicious food), remnants of our pick-nicks, and of course our transportation (depending on the views: dangerous monsters, crashing engines, real transportation or competitor in the race for the fastest). Observation of the real, poetry and dreams are everywhere. It is such a pleasure to see them! My favorite? The "dream of a snail." Unbelievable that this series is not more known.


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