The 24 Hours of Le Mans, 1955. 300.000 spectators are watching from the sidelines. It is 6:00 PM when Pierre Levegh's car ploughs into the spectator stands, scattering the crowd with his car engine's hot debris.
As Floyd sits trying to process the disappearance of his cult obsessed wife, a moth burrows his way into his ear, setting off a series of visions and the adventure of his life. Pushed over ... See full summary »
A boy. His hand, his nails. So real than, at the first sigh, you have the certitude to be a real one. But it is only animation. A good one, a beautiful one, impressive not only for realism of details or for lovely storytelling, but for something defining it as one of the most impressive parables. A boy, his memories, hhis monsters, his past resurrected in fascinating manner. I love it very much ! For mechanisms, for boy, for house, for the final revelation. So, just a gem.
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