Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Bonjour et buvez beaucoup d'eau pour vous préparer à l'épisode de cette semaine! For week two of all-animated film December, Lisha and Jules are coming at you with the feature length directorial debut from Sylvain Chomet, 2003's The Triplets of Belleville! Ecoutez as Lisha 1. Mangles the French language and 2. Get's really, really bent out of shape over some sound and character design, as Jules becomes the protector of all things Grandmother, Dog, and 2D animation related, and as both of your podcasters get their feelings all over the place re: the absolute beauty of this film. If this is one you haven't seen yet, folks, consider it homework: find it, watch it, and then hunker down with us for a review that's all over the place, in true Screen Tea Podcast fashion (but this time, with more French swear words tossed in!).
Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org, www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com.
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