I'm a fan of french film maker Jean-Pierre Jeunet: last Saturday I totally enjoyed his latest movie Micmacs à tire-larigot (L'esplosivo piano di Bazil for us poor italians and Micmacs for the rest of the world), and before that, Delicatessen, Amélie (so funny, He also directed Alien Resurrection), A Very Long Engagement.. and well, Micmacs is a funny anarchic "j'accuse" movie to the world arms trade, with excellent actors, plot and inventive ideas, whose message of peace - I believe - will be for sure understimated because it's not a big-Hollywood thing painted blue in 3D.
Anyway, I think that the real (somehow) invisible star of this film is the creative genius of Gilbert Peyre, the mind behind most of electro-mechanics robots, animal-like contraptions and living devices of Micmacs.
A self-taught creative mind, with a special sense of fou amusement, music (his sculpture-opera) and poetry.. doubtless, there's something magic in his creatures..
Here below a couple of interviews (in french).
Et s'il vous plaţt, allez au cinéma pour voir le film.
Anyway.... accordingly to wiki: "It was previously believed that zebras were white animals with black stripes. Embryological evidence, however, shows that the animal's background color is black and the white stripes are additions."
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