Directed by: Sylvain Chomet
Characters: Champion (vieux), Triplet #1, Mendiant à Belleville, Le Commentateur sportif, Triplet #3, Triplets, Triplet #2
The Film: When her grandson is kidnapped during the Tour de France, Madame Souza and her beloved pooch Bruno team up with the Belleville Sisters–an aged song-and-dance team from the days of Fred Astaire–to rescue him. (-IMDB)
Release Date: December 21st, 2017
Running time: 80 minutes
Subtitles: English, Korean
Aspect Ratio: 1080p 1.66: 1 AVC
Audio: French DTS-HD MA 5.1
The world’s only Blu-ray edition with FULL commentary with director Sylvain Chomet!
Commentary By Sylvain Chaumet Director (with French Dubbing, Korean and English Subtitles)
1. Sylvain Chomet director’s main feature FULL Commentary, the world’s first and only Blu-ray edition
– Sylvain Chomet recorded his first full-length commentary for the full length of the film over his 13-year career in 2016.
– Thirteen years after the production, watch Sylvain Chomet’s “Belleville triplets” with a detailed commentary on each scene.
– If you listened to Sylvain Chomet’s commentary, take a look at the interviews that were not covered in the commentary.
– The commentary contains subtitles by Han Young.
2. Limited to 1,500 copies!!!
– 1 Disc + Scanavo Keepcase + Booklet (44 pages) + 3 Postcards (EpochSticker) + Full Slip Case
3. Preorder Benefits
– Preorder-only flip book!
4. ART CRAFTS, The Second Title !!
– Following the first Korean title “King of Jokgu”, the second title from abroad, The Triplets of Belleville was selected.
5. The starting point of an anime master
4 Academy Awards, Angouleme Cartoon Grand Prix, 2 French Academy Awards, British Academy Award, and Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Seattle Critics Association Award. French Animator Sylvain Chaume’s first full-length animation.
6. A collaboration dream-team of 3 countries
– A drawing team from Belgium, France and Canada participated in the drawing of the The Triplets of Bellville.
7. Belleville Rendez-vous
Belleville Rendezvous, which is also the main theme song of the film, is a French representative of intense entertainer Mathieu Shedd (aka M), who won the Victoire de la Musique nine times. He was nominated in 2003 for an Academy Award, won the Best Music Award at the 2004 César Film Festival and received acclaim for his “unique and unconventional sound of French pop and rock genres.”
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