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Ernest & Celestine

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International title Ernest & Celestine
Section 50 edición -  Animaficx
Country Francia, Canadá, Luxemburgo
Year 2012
Color / B&W Color
Running time 95 min.
Original language Francés
Director Benjamin Renner, Vincent Patar, Stéphane Aubier
Screenplay Daniel Pennac
Music Vincent Courtois
Production Jean-Paul Commin
Production design Zaza and Zyk
Cast Lambert Wilson, Pauline Brunner
Producer Les Armateurs
Distribution Company TAMASA DISTRIBUTION  - Ventas internacionales: STUDIOCANAL
Synopsis
Ernest and Celestine tells the adventures of Celestine, a little mouse living a quiet life in mouse village, under the big city, and of Ernest, a bear who wants to be an artist. Celestine’s job consists of picking up the baby teeth of the cubs living in the big city. The teeth are the raw material for a big dental lab in the mice community. In one of his trips he meets Ernest, a wandering bear that makes a living as a street performer. They both become great friends and that places the mouse in a tough spot when he decides to flee with the bear to a hut in the forest. The mouse police is soon alerted and decides to chase the fugitives. The film then becomes a story about friendship and love against intolerance and conformism. Ernest and Celestine is the film adaptation of a series of children books drawn in the eighties by the late Belgian artist Gabrielle Vincent. The movie adaptation of these characters is carried out by Vincent Patar and Stéphane Aubier, creators of the animated cult film A Town Called Panic and by Benjamin Renner, winner of the Cartoon d'Or and a Cesar for his short film A mouse tale