Belle & Sebastian: The Adventure Continues
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Showings
Ticket Prices
General Public:$13.00
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Youth (25 & Under):$8.00
Film Info
Original Title:Belle et Sébastien, l'aventure continue
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:Childish Films
Tags:Adventure
Historical Drama
Family Friendly
Francophone
Voice Category:Take Me Away
Release Year:2015
Runtime:97 min
Country:France
Language:French
Italian
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Gaumont
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3RwgEjVaXY
Cast/Crew
Director:Christian Duguay
Producer:Frédéric Brillion
Sidonie Dumas
Gilles Legrand
Clément Miserez
Matthieu Warter
Cinematographer:Christophe Graillot
Screenwriter:Cécile Aubry (Original Characters)
Juliette Sales
Fabien Suarez
Editor:Olivier Gajan
Composer:Armand Amar
Principal Cast:Félix Bossuet
Tchéky Karyo
Thierry Neuvic
Margaux Chatelier
Thylane Blondeau
Urbain Cancelier
Filmography:The Art of War ('00)
Description

Belle, the white Pyrenean mountain dog, and Sebastian (Felix Bossuet) are back on a new adventure in the French Alps. At the close of World War II, orphaned Sebastian is living in a tiny Alpine village playing in fields filled with wildflowers, watched over by his caretaker, César (veteran character actor Tchéky Karyo). Together they wait for the end of the war and the return of César’s daughter, Angélina, who left to join the French Resistance. When Angélina’s plane goes down, crashing into the forest near the Italian border, our heroes take off on an epic journey to find her. Belle and Sebastian stow-away in a plane, encounter a grizzly bear, join an Italian logging camp and battle a wild forest fire, all on their courageous rescue mission to find Angélina. Breath-taking scenery and heart-racing excitement surround Belle and Sebastian in this sweet old-fashioned tale of friendship and devotion.

Recommended for age 7+


Director’s Biography

Christian Duguay: Quebec-born director Christian Duguay has over 30 credits to his name in both film and television. He is perhaps best known for The Art of War (‘00), starring Wesley Snipes, and Joan of Arc (‘99).