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Tales of the Night (2011)

Tales of the Night
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Julien Beramis Julien Beramis
Boy (voice)
Marine Griset Marine Griset
Girl
Michel Elias Michel Elias
(voice)
Isabelle Guiard Isabelle Guiard
(voice)
Yves Barsacq Yves Barsacq
Théo
Legrand Bemba-Debert Legrand Bemba-Debert


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Michel Ocelot Michel Ocelot
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Release date: 20 July 2011
Tags: Animation (4), French (3), 2010's (1), 2010s (1), 2011 (1), Silhouette (1), France (1)
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Max the Movie Guy rated this 8/10 2 weeks ago
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" Here's a movie that comes from France and that is made up a series of short stories, and while each one is in animated form, it is a form rarely seen on film, called silhouette animation. It's a method in which all the characters are shown in silhouette by having a back light shining against articulated cut-outs. This was a European style of storytelling that was popular back in the late 1880's/ early 1900's and had partially evolved from an even older form of storytelling called "shadow play" "


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