Wednesday, May 30, 2012

A Cat in Paris 2012 Movie Full HD Video Free Download

A Cat in Paris (Une vie de chat) is a 2010 French animated comedy film by the French animation studio Folimage, telling the story of a young Parisian girl whose cat leads her to unravel a thrilling mystery over the course of a single evening. The film was directed by Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli. A Cat in Paris was first shown on October 15, 2010 at the Saint-Quentin Ciné-Jeune Film Festival. It was released in French theaters on December 15, 2010. International distribution is by Films Distribution, Paris. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Along with Chico and Rita, it became one of two foreign-language films nominated for Best Animated Feature in one year, an Academy first that many observers considered a surprise. The film has also received a nomination for the Cesar Award for Best Animated Film in 2011.


Directors: Jean-Loup Felicioli, Alain Gagnol

Writers: Alain Gagnol (dialogue), Alain Gagnol (screenplay), and 1 more credit

Stars: Dominique Blanc, Bruno Salomone and Jean Benguigui

 

With U.S. animation completely overtaken by computers, it’s more than refreshing to see this old-school hand-drawn export from France: It’s exhilarating. Titled A Cat in Paris for English-speaking and -reading audiences (although its French title, Une Vie de Chat, translates as A Cat’s Life), this cartoon noir distills Hitchcock into 64 brisk minutes for middle-schoolers and up.

In case the stylized, non-computer-generated imagery didn’t tip you off to the fact that you’re not watching an American film, there are several other signs. Most notably, Dino, the titular cat, never speaks, except to meow or hiss. Meanwhile, we’re not subjected to excessive cartoon violence without consequence, but we do see a cartoon penis. (It belongs to a statue.) The only other time we’ve seen one of those was the quick cameo by Bart’s wiener in The Simpsons Movie.