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Alex Perez 6 months ago
Ariana Topke 8 months ago
A fast, cute, and easy watch. No doubt about it- this film influenced Pixar's UP.
Ivan D'souza 8 months ago
Cute film. I loved it but not much my little ones. Maybe they need to get a little older.
Fernando Olivas 8 months ago
Magical innocence.
Daniel Jones 1 year ago
Saw this one early on in life. Revisited it a few years back and still love it.
Peter Renshaw 2 years ago
First film I remember seeing.
Brandon Porter 2 months ago
Marissa Chang 3 months ago
Rachel Damisch 4 months ago
Gabija 6 months ago
Anna Nguyen 6 months ago
Ingrid Segrov 7 months ago
Milda 7 months ago
Nino Kokane 7 months ago
Stephen Wevill 7 months ago
Jim Lubin 8 months ago
The Red Balloon (French: Le Ballon rouge) is a 1956 fantasy short film directed by French filmmaker Albert Lamorisse. The thirty-four minute short, which follows the adventures of a young boy who one day finds a sentient, mute, red balloon, was filmed in the Ménilmontant neighborhood of Paris, France. It won numerous awards, including an Oscar for Lamorisse for writing the best original screenplay in 1956 and the Palme d'Or for short films at Cannes. The film also became popular with children and educators. Lamorisse used his children as actors in the film. His son, Pascal Lamorisse, plays Pascal in the main role, and his daughter Sabine portrays a little girl. The film, which has a music score but almost no dialogue, tells of Pascal (Pascal Lamorisse), who, on his way to school one morning, discovers a large helium-filled red balloon. As Pascal plays with his new found toy, he realizes the balloon has a mind and will of its own. It begins to follow him wherever he goes, at times...
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