winner of the Cannes Critics' Week 2019  -
 Where is my body ? 

Where is my body? It is an extraordinary journey of animation. It can be seen in selected cinemas and on Netflix in November. The film, winner of the Cannes Critics' Week 2019 , will be presented on October 9 at the 52nd edition of the Sitges Festival .

Where is my body? It was the winning animated film at the Cannes Critics' Week 2019. It will hit selected theaters on November 22. And then it will be available on Netflix on November 29 in 184 countries.

Directed by Jérémy Clapin and produced by Marc du Pontavice ,  Where is my body? It is based on the novel Happy Hand of the Oscar nominee for Amélie , Guillaume Laurant .

Jérémy Clapin , director of this animation, will be in charge of presenting this film at the 52nd edition of the Sitges Festival next Wednesday, October 9.

Dev Patel, Alia Shawkat and George Wendt will be the voices that will give life to the characters in this story. Andrew Bujalski is the creative director of English dubbing under the supervision of Jérémy Clapin .

Where is my body ?: synopsis and trailer

In a Parisian laboratory, an amputated hand escapes its unhappy destiny and intends to reconnect with its body. During a spooky escape throughout the city, the limb defends itself from both the pigeons and the rats to meet with the Naoufel pizza maker.

His memories of Naoufel and his love for librarian Gabrielle can provide answers about what caused the separation of the hand, and a poetic backdrop for a possible meeting between the three.


Where is my body? It will be in cinemas and Netflix from next November. For now here you have the trailer:



Text & Image : Neo2 / Post on 4 October, 2019



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