“A monster in Paris”, Bibo Bergeron. France. 2011. 91 ‘
Free entry, subject to room capacity. The use of a mask is mandatory for children over 10 years of age.
Paris, 1910. A terrible creature spreads panic throughout the City of Light. Emile, a seductive projectionist, and his friend Raoul decide to go hunting for the monster. They make their way and end up realizing that the creature that scares the population is, after all, a giant, hairy flea, with a pure heart and an extraordinary voice, Francoeur, of whom they become friends. Now, in order to save the flea from the clutches of Maynott, the relentless chief of police who wants to capture the “monster”, they will join their efforts with Lucille, a beautiful cabaret singer, an alienated scientist and her clever but intelligent monkey. lousy shape. But will they be able to save Francoeur from the evil intentions of those who want him badly?
Directed by Bibo Bergeron (“The Way to El Dorado”, “The Gang of Sharks”) and with Luc Besson on the production team, an animated comedy that had two nominations for Caesar in the categories of best animated film and best song original.