A scene from ERNEST & CELESTINE, a film directed by Stephane Aubier, Vincent Patar and Benjamin Renner. Image courtesy GKIDS. All rights reserved.
- Forest Whitaker
- Mackenzie Foy
- Lauren Bacall
- Paul Giamatti
- William H. Macy
- Megan Mullally
- Nick Offerman
- Jeffrey Wright
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Ernest & Celestine (2012/2013)
Also Known As: Ernest et Celestine
Opened: 02/28/2014 Limited
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Genre: French Animated Family Film (French w/English subtitles)
Rated: PG for some scary moments.
Bonnie and Clyde, Sid and Nancy...Ernest & Celestine.
From the creators of Kirikou and the Sorceress, Triplets of Belleville and The Secret of Kells comes a visually stunning, enormously entertaining new film with generation-spanning appeal.
Deep below snowy, cobblestone streets, tucked away in networks of winding subterranean tunnels, lives a civilization of hardworking mice, terrified of the bears who live above ground. Unlike her fellow mice, Celestine is an artist and a dreamer -- and when she nearly ends up as breakfast for ursine troubadour Ernest, the two form an unlikely bond. But it isn't long before their friendship is put on trial by their respective bear-fearing and mice-eating communities. Fresh from standing ovations at Cannes and Toronto Ernest & Celestine joyfully leaps across genres and influences to capture the kinetic, limitless possibilities of animated storytelling. Like a gorgeous watercolor painting brought to life, a constantly shifting pastel color palette bursts and drips across the screen, while wonderful storytelling and brilliant comic timing draw up influences as varied as Buster Keaton, Bugs Bunny and the outlaw romanticism of Bonnie and Clyde. Bringing it all together is the on-screen chemistry between the two lead characters -- a flowing, tender and playful rapport that will put a smile on your face and make your heart glow.
Based on the classic Belgian book series by Gabrielle Vincent, Ernest & Celestine is winner of the Cesar Award for Best Animated Feature and numerous festival prizes.