Le Tableau (The Painting)

Le Tableau (The Painting)
Le Tableau (The Painting)




76 minutes


Animation, Family


French (English subtitles)

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In the world of Le Tableau society is strictly divided. On the bottom rung are Sketchies, the painter’s first pencil drawings, at the top, the Alldunns, neatly coloured figures that dominate all and in between are the Halfies. Tired of the Alldunns’ vicious treatment, Lola, a brave Halfie leads a ragtag bunch of drawings on an expedition into the depths of the picture to find the painter and ask him some questions. However, once they reach beyond the frame, they find more fascinating answers than they could have imagined. Beautifully illustrated, Le Tableau is a celebration of difference, tolerance and artistic expression.

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This film has not been classified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest the film is engaging for ages 7-11. Contains nude images of animated characters.

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