The Triplets Of Belleville The Triplets of Belleville (2003) is a film wr
The Triplets Of Belleville The Triplets of Belleville (2003) is a film written and directed by Sylvain Chomet. More recent films by Chomet including Paris, je t’aime (2006) and The illusionist (2010). The animation styles in the films are beautiful to look at, with the warm colours and interesting character designs. Béatrice Bonifassi, Lina Boudreau, Lina Boudreau and Jean-‐Claude Donda are some of the voice stars of characters in The Triplets of Belleville. The film is based on a young boy who is raised by his grandma Madame Souza, having a childhood passion in cycling his gran trains him for years to take in part in the Tour de France. With endless time spent on practice during the race he is kidnapped. His grand and dog chase after them to save them and end up over seas in a town called Belleville. With no money and nowhere to stay three elderly women take them in. The three women were once in a popular jazz group named ‘The Triplets of Belleville’. The triplets help Souza find her grandson so they can return back home safely. The film has a great style and upbeat music. As there isn’t much talking in the film the music really helps with the pace of the movie. The characters are so bizarre looking with exaggeration of body parts yet this distinctive style has this lovely charm, and would recommend others to watch this film.