Attila Marcel

  • May 3, 2017 / 17:00
  • May 5, 2017 / 20:30

Director: Sylvain Chomet
Cast: Guillaume Gouix, Bernadette Lafont, Hélène Vincent, Anne Le Ny
France, 2013, 106’, color

French with Turkish subtitles

Paul is 33. He is a man-child living in Paris with his two aunts, he still cannot speak and expresses himself by colourful suits instead. His aunts, who raised him after the death of his parents, just expect him to win piano competitions. When Paul meets the mysterious neighbour Madame Proust and her concoctions, he journeys into his subconscious and childhood years, becoming free from the obstacles that keep him from growing up. After two animated features The Triplets of Belleville and The Illusionist, French director Sylvain Chomet carries on with his creativity and visual wit in his first live action film, Attila Marcel.

Moonlight

Moonlight

Attila Marcel

Attila Marcel

Whale Rider

Whale Rider

Rauf

Rauf

The Fits

The Fits

52 Tuesdays

52 Tuesdays

The Girl

The Girl

Being 17

Being 17

Nobody Knows

Nobody Knows

Frances Ha

Frances Ha

Summer Book

Summer Book

Trailer

Attila Marcel

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