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Dernière porte au sud (2015)

"The world is made of floors linked together by stairs. The floors are made up of rooms linked together by corridors. And when you put together all the floors, you have the world" Such is ... See full summary »

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"The world is made of floors linked together by stairs. The floors are made up of rooms linked together by corridors. And when you put together all the floors, you have the world" Such is the theory elaborated by Toto, friend and second head of Siamese twin of a child whose mother has locked away in the huge family manor, where he has been walled-in since birth. Between exploring the endless corridors, private lessons and visits to their father's mausoleum, the brothers have never questioned the limits of this World. Until the day when, obsessed by a strange light they accidentally glimpsed at, they swear to find its end. Written by Anonymous

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Seeking a friend, for the end of the world
12 February 2016 | by (India) – See all my reviews

One of the more poignant entries in this year's myFrenchfilmfestival.com, this is about a boy and his inseparable friend, who has a knack for getting him outta trouble when it strikes.

Their friendship is the most innocent part of the film, along with the main lead's own observations on the world around him.

Something important happens when they explore, and it leads to, a kind of, coming of age of sorts.

Loved the animation style, that called to mind Tim Burton's 'Corpse bride' and 'Coraline', 2 movies that should get more mainstream play. Not sure if this qualifies as one where we can keep following the main leads in a full feature, but this is self-sustained enough to warrant a viewing.


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