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Une Vie De Chat (A Cat in Paris)

Une Vie De Chat (A Cat in Paris)
Une Vie De Chat (A Cat in Paris)

Year

2011

Duration

62 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

French

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Synopsis

This enchanting hand-drawn animation is set in Paris, where Dino the cat lives as a house cat by the day and an assistant to big-hearted burglar Nico by night. As the pet of Zoe, a young girl who works in the police force, things become complicated when Dino unintentionally leads Zoe to a group of criminals led by the vicious Costa, the man who murdered her father. Mostly taking place on the rooftops of Paris this is a striking crime thriller perfect for French-language students, and which also explores themes such as family, wellbeing and safety.

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Contains infrequent mild violence and language

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