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Reulf

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While black and white film can be used to add a serious, artistic touch, it can also represent a certain dullness. In Reulf, the lack of color in Paris shows a city drowning in the day-to-day repetition. Luckily, a bunch of little creatures arrive on the scene with a bunch of paint, intending to make both the landscape and its people alive and vibrant again.

Directed by: Quentin Carnicelli, Charles Klipfel & Jean-François Jégo
Music by: Robert le magnifique & Olivier Mellano

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