Dilili in Paris

Dilili in Paris

Dilili in Paris

A young girl investigates a spate of kidnappings that is plaguing Belle Époque Paris in this animated family mystery from BAFTA-winner Michel Ocelot.

"Accompanied by a young delivery boy on a tricycle, the small Kanak girl leads an investigation into the mysterious disappearances of young girls. During her adventure, she meets extraordinary men and women who giver her clues, as well as malevolent characters who dwell underground are known as the "Mâles-Maîtres". The two friends will fight tirelessly for an active role in an enlightened and open society..." (Annecy International Animation Film Festival)

2018Rating: PG95 minsFrance, Germany, BelgiumFrench with English subtitles
AnimatedKids & FamilyMysteryWorld Cinema
Director:
Michel Ocelot ('Princes and Princesses', 'Kirikou and the Sorceress', 'Kirikou and the Wild Beasts')
Writer:
Michel Ocelot
Cast:
Prunelle Charles-AmbronEnzo RatsitoNatalie DessayBruno PaviotJérémy LopezHarrison ArevaloNicolas PlanchaisThissa d'Avila Bensalah
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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

Nothing about Dilili in Paris feels natural or organic.

Variety

Variety

press

Clunky animation, canned voices and connect-the-dots plotting play just fine to preschoolers on the small screen, but our eyes, ears and imaginations expect more from a feature, and this one irritates each of those potential receptor points.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

"Dilili in Paris" is instead an awkward misfire, the more regrettably so for showcasing a kind, smart and brave mixed-race girl from New Caledonia as its young protagonist.

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

Nothing about Dilili in Paris feels natural or organic.

Variety

Variety

press

Clunky animation, canned voices and connect-the-dots plotting play just fine to preschoolers on the small screen, but our eyes, ears and imaginations expect more from a feature, and this one irritates each of those potential receptor points.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

"Dilili in Paris" is instead an awkward misfire, the more regrettably so for showcasing a kind, smart and brave mixed-race girl from New Caledonia as its young protagonist.

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