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a little gem of French animation to discover in November on Netflix (+ Opinion)

It’s a project that will have known a long gestation since its director started working on it in 2011. A project that will also have had a hard time attracting investors but which will end up convincing the Rhône Alpes region and the Xilam studio and finally , the platform of streaming to the red N which should, after being put online, propel it to international rank. At least that’s what we hope for. I lost my body, a small nugget of French animation which has already distinguished itself in 2019 by winning the Grand Prix de la Semaine de la critique then, in 2020, by winning two Césars; Best Animated Film and Best Original Score.

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What is “I lost my body” about? (Trailer, Synopsis)

In a Parisian laboratory, a severed hand escapes its disastrous fate and goes in search of its body. It’s the start of a hair-raising escapade in the capital where the lonely member fights back against pigeons and rats to find a young pizza delivery boy named Naoufel. The memories of him and of his love for Gabrielle, the librarian, provide clues as to the reasons for this strange separation while forming the poetic setting for a possible three-way reunion.

I lost my body is realized by Jeremy Clapinwho signs his first feature film there, but who has already distinguished himself in the past with Skhizein (available on Youtube), short film dealing with schizophrenia.

An intimate work inspired by a novel

I lost my body is also inspired by the novel “Happy Hand” by Guillaume Laurant, nominated for the Oscars for The Fabulous Destiny of Amélie Poulain.

When will ‘I Lost My Body’ be released on Netflix?

The 1h20 animated film is available from Sunday, November 6, 2022 on Netflix. “I Lost My Body” will be released in the US on November 15 and in the UK on November 22.

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