A Cat in Paris

  • January 13, 2018 / 14:00
  • January 20, 2018 / 16:00

Directors: Jean-Loup Felicioli, Alain Gagnol
France, Belgium, 2010, 70’, color,
French with Turkish subtitles

A warm and richly humorous film that nods to Pink Panther cartoons, A Cat in Paris is an extraordinary animation that is “a symphony of music and colors” according to Le Monde. The cat in the title is Dino, who leads a double life. During the day, he lives with Zoé, whose mother is a police detective. During the night, he clambers on the dark alleys of Paris in the company of Nico, a very skilful burglar. Dino’s two worlds collide when one night Zoé decides to follow him on his nocturnal adventures only to come across Victor Costa, a dangerous gangster. A breathless chase will ensue now over the rooftops of Paris! Inspired by film noir, A Cat in Paris premiered at the Berlin Film Festival.

A Cat in Paris

A Cat in Paris

The Future

The Future

Rent-A-Cat

Rent-A-Cat

The Strange Little Cat

The Strange Little Cat

Kedi

Kedi

She’s Allergic to Cats

She’s Allergic to Cats

Tomcat

Tomcat

Samurai Cat

Samurai Cat

Neko Ninja

Neko Ninja

Trailer

A Cat in Paris

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