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ZZ 1 month ago
a palpable mood and feeling, very interesting details of the ordinary & the changing time
Jonathan Evans over 3 years ago
An artist's dignity fades away in a world that no longer cares, no matter where he goes.
Kam-Hung Soh almost 4 years ago
Gentle bittersweet May-September relationship.
Justin L. Clemons over 5 years ago
Great animation. Slow movie but a great lesson on relationships fading overtime.
amina zadeh over 6 years ago
A hand drawn animation that is great for all ages.
Professional Moron over 6 years ago
Mark Stanley-Adams 7 years ago
Chomet does it again with a tribute to Jaques Tati that Tati would have been proud of.
Anne over 7 years ago
A very moving film, I fell in love with all the characters. And the animation, so good
Brian Kuepper 8 months ago
Iulia M 2 years ago
Giuseppe Mangialardi almost 3 years ago
Alexis Zofia Kubicki almost 3 years ago
Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
Bloc Silent almost 4 years ago
Neil Loamas almost 4 years ago
Mishablue 4 years ago
y kaz over 4 years ago
Rab Vigil over 4 years ago
The Illusionist (French: L'Illusionniste) is a 2010 British-French animated comedy-drama film directed by Sylvain Chomet. The film is based on an unproduced script written by French mime, director and actor Jacques Tati in 1956. Controversy surrounds Tati's motivation for the script, which was written as a personal letter to his estranged eldest daughter, Helga Marie-Jeanne Schiel in collaboration with his long-term writing partner Henri Marquet, between writing for the films Mon Oncle and Play Time. The main character is a version of Tati animated by several people under the lead of Laurent Kircher. The plot revolves around a struggling illusionist who visits an isolated community and meets a young lady who is convinced that he is a real magician. Originally intended by Tati to be set in Czechoslovakia, Chomet relocated the film to Scotland in the late 1950s. According to the director, "It's not a romance, it's more the relationship between a dad and a daughter." Sony's US press kit...
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