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Dofus - Livre 1: Julith (2015)

The strange little guy in the blue hood is well known to Krosmoz. His name is Joris and he's proposing to take you on a fantastic adventure. Our hero is leading a happy life in his magic ... See full summary »

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Anthony Roux (screenplay), Olivier Vannelle (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Sauvane Delanoë Sauvane Delanoë ... Joris (voice)
Laetitia Lefebvre Laetitia Lefebvre ... Julith (voice)
Elisabeth Ventura Elisabeth Ventura ... Bakara (voice)
Emmanuel Gradi Emmanuel Gradi ... Khan Karkass (voice)
Jean-Claude Donda Jean-Claude Donda ... Kerubim Crepin (voice)
Claire Baradat Claire Baradat ... Lilotte (voice)
Bernard Alane ... Atcham (voice)
Marc Saez ... Marline (voice)
Patrick Poivey ... Dardondakal (voice)
Laurence Breheret Laurence Breheret ... Grimalkines (voice)
Mathias Kozlowski Mathias Kozlowski ... Guy (voice)
Xavier Fagnon Xavier Fagnon ... Leon Zitrool (voice)
François Siener François Siener ... Luis (voice)
Philippe Catoire Philippe Catoire ... Roi de Bonta (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean-Marc Charrier Jean-Marc Charrier ... Ambiances et petits rôles (voice)
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The strange little guy in the blue hood is well known to Krosmoz. His name is Joris and he's proposing to take you on a fantastic adventure. Our hero is leading a happy life in his magic shop in the city of Bonta. But one day, when he seeks out his idol, a Gobbowl superstar, everything changes for the worst as Julith, the vengeful witch, is back in town! Written by anonymous

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Trivia

Dofus at first was a mmo rpg game. See more »

Connections

Spun-off from Wakfu (2008) See more »

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Insatiable
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Performed by Darren Hayes
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breathtakingly amazing
15 June 2016 | by cesar_augustoSee all my reviews

Rarely a movie makes me scream "DAMN! WHAT A MOVIE!" And this one, needless to say, made me scream it more than once. Already acquainted with Ankama's two biggest products, the Wakfu game and cartoon, I was surprised I let this movie pass, or maybe not, it's barely a month since I started the game/anime. And of course, I became immediately hooked. So when I started this movie, first thing I noticed was the gorgeous animation. From the flash animation they use in Wakfu to what seems to be traditional animation. Every scene was gorgeous to look at. The scenarios were wonderful, and the fights, oh dear me, the fights. I can't pick my favorite, but they were all amazing.

As for storytelling, well, congratulations, Ankama, I put you in the same level as Avatar, Dreamworks and Disney. You managed to keep it both lighthearted but also deep. Funny but also dramatic. Once again, a villain well-developed with unpredictable plot twists, emotional attachment and quite a perfect ending. Voice-acting, needless to say, top-notch. I don't understand french, but I'll never trade it for another language, let the subtitles guide me through your lines, I love your choice of voices and how much effort they put.


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Country:

France

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French

Release Date:

3 February 2016 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Dofus - O Filme See more »

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$13,804
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