In Belle Époque Paris, accompanied by a young scooter deliveryman, little Kanak Dilili investigates mysterious kidnappings of girls. She meets extraordinary men and women who give her clues... See full summary »
A girl without self-confidence meets a mysterious alchemist Hippocrates and his student Pipo who are on a mission to save the world. Together, they laid the groundwork for "Wonderland" and Akane is labeled as Wonderland's savior.
Rémy, a young Parisian with an unskilled job. Mélanie, a young she-Parisian who works in scientific research. Two depressive moods living in close proximity but strange to each other. Shall the two ever meet?
Every night as Sofia falls asleep, her father Djibi takes her into "Storyland", a fantasy film studio where their extraordinary fairy-tale adventures come to life starring Djibi in the lead role as the heroic Prince Charming.
A set of original and folk stories in Michel Ocelot's on-off lifetime work of silhouette animation fairy tales take their inspiration from, among others, Caribbean, Meso-American, Russian and Tibetan culture.
Troubadour Gedeone and his young apprentice Almerina are two traveling entertainers who move from a town to another as storytellers to gain money. Surprised by a night blizzard in their last journey through the island of Sicile, they two enter into a mountain cave looking for refugee, learning that in the cave inhabits an aging bear. In an attempt to avoid to be attacked, Gedeone tells him a story about a king bear named Leonce who, playing in a river with his son Tonio, losses the prince when he's kidnapped by humans and taken far away from the forest. Neglecting his liabilities as king to care his clan during several months due by the affliction of the loss, finally he's concerned by his second hand Salpetre about the possibility that Tonio could be alive in the land of men. Leonce calls his clan to move there, but the evil Grand Duc is reported by old magician Theophile about bears' invasion and he sends Theophile to defeat them, failing in an attempts that include a wild boars ...Written by
Author Dino Buzzati, who was also a painter, initially drew for his nieces the illustration of a battle between bears and soldiers, then a bear king. Later, when asked to write and illustrate a story for children, he decided to start from those drawings. See more »
Wonderful animation movie
A visual delight. Many references to Italian paintings. Horses of Ucello, rocks and coastline from Trecento masters, cities in Fra Angelico style, a Town square refers to Chirico... The story is wonderfully told too. Total pleasure.
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