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April and the Extraordinary World April and the Extraordinary World

Nominated at the César Awards 2016 for Best Animated Film, April and the Extraordinary World is a beautiful and inventive animated tale adapted from the graphic novel by famous artist Jacques Tardi (The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec), with the voices of Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard (Macbeth, Rust and Bone), Philippe Katerine (Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life)and Jean Rochefort (Tell No One). Nominated at the César Awards 2016 for Best Animated Film, April and the Extraordinary World is a beautiful and inventive animated tale adapted from the graphic novel by famous artist Jacques Tardi (The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec), with the voices of Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard (Macbeth, Rust and Bone), Philippe Katerine (Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life)and Jean Rochefort (Tell No One).
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The story takes place in France in 1941 and for the past 70 years scientists have been inexplicably vanishing. This has resulted in a lack of modern-day inventions, meaning the country has been limited to burning coal and wood for energy - but sources are now dwindling. Teenager April (Angela Galuppo)'s parents are among those who have gone missing and, along with her talking cat Darwin (Tony Hale), her grandfather Pops (Tony Robinow) and new ally Julius (Tod Fennell), she goes on a dangerous journey to find them, unveiling some mysteries on the way. The story takes place in France in 1941 and for the past 70 years scientists have been inexplicably vanishing. This has resulted in a lack of modern-day inventions, meaning the country has been limited to burning coal and wood for energy - but sources are now dwindling. Teenager April (Angela Galuppo)'s parents are among those who have gone missing and, along with her talking cat Darwin (Tony Hale), her grandfather Pops (Tony Robinow) and new ally Julius (Tod Fennell), she goes on a dangerous journey to find them, unveiling some mysteries on the way.

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SKU 5055201833754
Catalogue Number OPTD3032
Director Christian Desmares, Franck Ekinci
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Studiocanal
Subtitles English
Language(s) French
DVD region 2
Certificate PG

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