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L'Extraordinaire Voyage de Marona (2019)

Animation | 92 minutes
3,94 36 votes

Genre: Animation / Drama

Duration: 92 minuten

Alternative titles: The Fantastic Voyage of Marona / Marona's Fantastic Tale / Marona / The Extraordinary Voyage of Marona

Country: France / Romania / Belgium

Directed by: Anca Damian

Stars: Lizzie Brocheré, Bruno Salomone and Thierry Hancisse

IMDb score: 7,5 (1.346)

Releasedate: 8 January 2020

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L'Extraordinaire Voyage de Marona plot

"Happiness is a small thing."

Marona is a stray dog that is hit by a car one day. Numbed by the accident, she feels her soul rise and float away. From a distance she sees her most recent owner Solange mourning her, but also remembers her former owners whom she loved unconditionally. Before her eyes, Marona literally sees her life slide by.

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Full Cast & Crew

Actors and actresses

Marona (voice)

Manole (voice)

Istvan (voice)

Medeea - Solange's Mother (voice)

Solange Child (voice)

Solange Teenager (voice)

Solange's Grandpa (voice)

Istvan's Mother (voice)

Mădălina (voice)

Doctor (voice)

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avatar van klara

klara

  • 814 messages
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At times you are struck by so much visual beauty and creativity, albeit strikingly so

lots of use of black then delightfully contrasted with an incredibly colorful multitude of

beautiful colours. The dog in black and white seems to me to be a conscious choice, almost like that in some scenes

a silhouette stands out against a colorful background.

I can't think of an animation where the visual splendor is so abundant

is present.

Yesterday I saw Crulic - Drumul Spre Dincolo by the same director. Is different with not only

animation and also more serious and serious in content, but also special and extraordinary

creatively.

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avatar van De filosoof

De filosoof

  • 2037 messages
  • 1410 votes

I thought the story was weak and not very special - and also seemed to be aimed at children and not adults - but I was overwhelmed by the visual beauty of this film: both drawing style and animation are very creative and special in a kind of naive painting style. These animators are allowed, no, they must make another film, hopefully with a script that can also appeal to adults.

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avatar van mrklm

mrklm

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The death of the dog Marona as a result of a collision gives her the opportunity to tell her life story. That life story is a journey through various people with whom she finds only temporary success because she prefers everything to remain as it is. People always want change because “they don't know how to be happy.” Originally released in Romanian and French, but for the Flemish and Dutch audience there is a Dutch spoken version directed by Caroline Strubbe and each version has slightly different nuances that fit the culture. The imaginative, dazzling animation is so full of details that you won't get tired of it quickly, but this story about unconditional love and loyalty despite previous disappointments moved me to tears several times. But Marona will certainly steal the hearts of the little ones, who will enjoy it at their own level. An absolute masterpiece.

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