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Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
Beautiful animation with a groovy 70s score. Story is okay, too.
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
this movie is stunning, odd, and brilliantly creative. Nothing else like it.
Austin over 4 years ago
Beautiful animation brings to life a VERY light and generic story.
Toakyro over 6 years ago
Surreal, confusing, interesting, wouldn't fly nowadays, too slow
Angeline Schaaf almost 7 years ago
Psychedelic french animation, allegorical story, beautiful art and music. One of my tops.
Mario Schievenini 7 years ago
Lovely sci-fi animation, captivating story. What if we were the size of ants? Must see.
Devin Bruce 7 years ago
The story's just there to exercise a style. But WHAT a style. Creepy & beautiful.
nathanaelgrey over 7 years ago
great animation, good music and a classic sci-fi story about the nature of human behavior
Marc Hyde 8 days ago
Nine Lives almost 2 years ago
Azure Cerulean almost 2 years ago
Kévin Saenger over 2 years ago
Mariana 3 years ago
Iulia M over 3 years ago
Annalisa Schettino over 3 years ago
Kurtis Azoth almost 4 years ago
Nino Vignjevic almost 4 years ago
nope over 4 years ago
Fantastic Planet (French: La Planète Sauvage, lit. The Wild Planet) is a 1973 animated science fiction film directed by René Laloux, production designed by Roland Topor, written by both of them and animated at Jiří Trnka Studio. The film was an international production between France and Czechoslovakia and was distributed in the United States by Roger Corman. It won the special jury prize at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival. The story is based on the novel Oms en série, by the French writer Stefan Wul. A working title for the film while it was in development was Sur la planète Ygam (On the Planet Ygam). The film had a total of 809,945 admissions in France. The film depicts a future in which human beings, known as "Oms" (a word play on the French-language word hommes, meaning men), are creatures on the Draags' home planet, where they are seen as pests and sometimes kept as pets (with collars). The Draags are an alien race which is humanoid in shape but a hundred times larger than humans,...
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