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Indie-Mation Club: ‘The Triplets of Belleville’

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Sylvain Chomet’s stories have a simple charm of their own, but you won’t find them bland. The Triplets of Belleville is the story of a French grandmother who will do anything and everything she can for her grandson, a bicyclist who is kidnapped by the mob. Madame Souza and her dog Bruno follow young Champion to Belleville and team up with the once-famous singing group of triplets to save the day.

It’s a little whacky and a little bizarre and the animation borders on caricature; it’s slightly more serious and still fun in its own simple way.

Watch the featured indie this weekend and come back for a full review on Monday, 2/5!

The Triplets of Belleville is available to watch here:

Viewer Discretion: mild nudity and acts of violence.

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About Kajsa Rain Forden

Kajsa is a writer from foggy San Francisco, living in sunny LA. She spends most of her time writing, binge-watching animated movies, and working in web design. With a soft spot for stop-motion, her favorite films are Coraline, Castle In The Sky, and The Thief and the Cobbler (Recobbled). You can find her on Twitter, or Pinterest, and most other social media @TheKajsaRain, or at Disneyland.