Gwen, le livre de sable (1985) Jean-François Laguionie

Gwen, le livre de sable (1985)

Genre: Adventure | Animation | Fantasy
Director: Jean-François Laguionie
Country: France
Language: French
Subtitles: English (.srt file)
Aspect Ratio: 1.25:1
Length: 61mn
File: Dvdrip Xvid Avi - 640x512- 25fps - 698mb

Behind the ramparts of a city, in the middle of a sandy desert, an ancient civilisation has left a monstrous machine which for centuries has continued to produce gigantic objects only to hurl them in to the desert. Roseline, a 173 year old woman, like all the other nomades of the desert, does not understand the utility of these objects, sinks, telephones or coffee machines and so they are used in other ways, such as for shelter from the sun and the cold. The forbidden city, looming in the distance, is the haven of the dead and no one has ever come back from there. However GWEN, a thirteen year old girl will be the first to attempt the journey in the hope of finding her friend who has disappeared. Rosaline will be her guide and the journey, full of surprises, becomes a sort of initiation.

Born a Besançon in 1939 Jean-François Laguionie studied graphics and worked in theatre as actor. At Annecy he discovered animation through meeting Paul Grimault, the legendary French animator, who loaned the young Laguionie his animation equipment and with whom he developed a technique of animation with pieces of paper. His first film "La demoiselle et le violoncelliste" won the Grand Prix at the Festival of Annecy on 1965. Fifteen years later he was awarded the Palm d'Or at Cannes for "La traversée de l'Atlantique à la rame". He has produced some of the most exquisitely rendered animation in all of Europe: Laguionie’s animation examines familiar myths and uses fairy tale narratives to explore the differences between reality and illusion. Critically acclaimed and award winning, his work has been described as a kinetic combination of “naïf painting and René Magritte.”


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