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A Monster In Paris

A Monster In Paris
A Monster In Paris

Year

2011

Duration

86 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

When budding young scientist Raoul and friend Emile chance upon an unfinished experiment at a an abandoned house where they're supposed to be making a delivery, they can't help but investigate further. Taking the experiment onto the next step, they end up transforming a tiny flea into a seven-foot-tall monster! The people of Paris are terrified of the huge insect, but he has hidden talents - a wonderful singing voice. Taking refuge in a nightclub he becomes friends with singer Lucille, who names him Francouer and takes him under her wing to protect him from the suspicious townsfolk.

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This film contains mild violence.

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