Courgette (Zucchini) is an intriguing nickname for a 9-year-old boy. Although his unique story is surprisingly universal. After his mother's disappearance, Courgette is befriended by a police officer Raymond, who accompanies him to his new foster home filled with other orphans his age. At first he struggles to find his place in this strange, at times, hostile environment. Yet with Raymond's help and his new-found friends, Courgette eventually learns to trust and might find true love.
Wilhelm scream: when one of the kids falls off his sled after being hit by a snowball. See more »
When Courgette arrives at Les Fontaines the other children are shown in the close up shot of the window in mirror form (Alice's parting to the right, Simon's quiff to the left and Jujube's plaster on the left). See more »
OK... Where's your father?
Here... And there's my dad's chick. Mum always said he liked chicks very much
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About halfway through the credits, we see an animated sequence based, apparently, on the lead actor's audition tape. See more »
The way they made this film was very original, and good originality is very valuable and worth watching. I love stop-motion, in this is an excellent stop-motion, because of everything in the film impressed me. The characters are very original, even the name that the main character has is amazing. The screenplay embraces so many genuine topics, as love and the different ways it can be shown; it has humor but it also wants to make you cry and fall in love with each character. The production is incredible, amazing, out of this world; and I couldn't ask for more, it made me want to cry because of this simple but outstanding production! This motion picture is really worth watching, is very touching; and if I could only watch one movie for the rest of my life it will be this one.
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