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La tortue rouge is a movie starring Emmanuel Garijo, Tom Hudson, and Baptiste Goy. A man is shipwrecked on a deserted island and encounters a red turtle, which changes his life.

Genres
Fantasy, Animation, Family
Director
Michael Dudok de Wit
Starring
Baptiste Goy, Axel Devillers, Tom Hudson, Emmanuel Garijo

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Product details

Genres Fantasy, Animation, Family
Director Michael Dudok de Wit
Writer Michael Dudok de Wit, Michael Dudok de Wit, Pascale Ferran
Stars Baptiste Goy, Axel Devillers, Tom Hudson, Emmanuel Garijo
Country Hungary, Belgium, UK, Poland, USA, Germany, Denmark, Japan, France, Netherlands, Thailand, China, Italy
Also Known As A tartaruga vermelha, Die rote Schildkröte, La tortuga roja, The Red Turtle, Testoasa rosie, I Kokkini Chelona, Η κόκκινη χελώνα, La tartaruga rossa, La Tortue rouge, 紅烏龜:小島物語, Czerwony żółw, Crvena kornjača, A vörös teknős, Die Rote Schildkröte, Raudonas vezlys, Ha'tzav ha'addom, Rdeča želva, Kırmızı Kaplumbağa, A Tartaruga Vermelha, レッドタートル ある島の物語, Punane kilpkonn
Runtime 1 h 20 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A nameless man set adrift by a storm wakes up on a deserted island, which he discovers is rich in resources. He finds fresh fruit and water, as well as a variety of small animals and a dense bamboo forest, and prepares to leave the island. He builds a raft from bamboo and attempts to sail away. However, an unseen sea creature destroys the raft, forcing him back to the island. He tries again with another, larger raft, but is again foiled by the sea creature. A third attempt again ends with the raft destroyed, but this time he finds a giant red turtle facing him in the water. The turtle does not harm him, and he retreats to the island..

Top reviews

Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020 14:40

In this version of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame", though the story's very similar to the one by Chauvet, there's a certain sense of continuity with this film. This is especially noticeable when we realize that "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is the first of the famous Disney animated films, and that the story takes place in modern-day England (during the 19th century). As if this were not enough, we also have a woman - as indeed this movie was "A woman's book", too - as the main character (along with a dwarf as the assistant), all looking like they were made up to resemble the female protagonist (for example, the little girl's hair looks just like Alice's), and all speaking in modern-day English. The change from the 60's in this film is so great, it's almost impossible to believe. With the same music, and the same musical numbers, and all of the same characters, it's almost as if they were made up to resemble Disney characters, so much that when you see them in this movie, you think of them as having just that sort of appearance, such as in the scene when the little girl is talking with the woman on the bridge - she looks like the little girl from "Alice in Wonderland". After all, who would think to create a film without singing, dancing and a lot of action, and then change the music and the characters just because it looks like it has a little bit of the 60's in it? I don't understand why this movie, with this plot and these characters, was not well-received in France, and I doubt it will be. For some people, it is, but I'm still convinced that it will be a popular film, and a real one, too.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 08:26

It's impossible to simply sum up the film in one word. This would be like trying to summarize "Sleeping Beauty." It has a profoundness about it that makes it fascinating, but it also is full of things that you can enjoy, like the character development of the lead characters, the good-natured humor of the supporting characters, and the undeniable beauty of the settings and the costumes. Not that you'd ever see in real life, but it's clear that the film is not trying to be real, but just telling the story of the ordinary life of the leading characters, who, for some reason, keep going through each other's lives, in a manner of the great Disney films. What makes it more interesting is that there are no dialogue to speak of, and no obvious attempt to put the actors in what could be called a dramatic role, with the main characters having to act. In fact, the entire film looks very much like an animated film, from the music and the color, to the great cinematography. The use of animation is not the sole reason for this film's success. It also has a wonderful performance from Rooney Mara, which has just the right balance of sad-sweet, happy-sad, and excited-excited, as the lead character, of which she has been incredible in many of her previous films. She is very natural and very convincing. The character development is great, and there is a great deal of emotional depth to the relationships that the lead characters have with each other, and with the local other characters. The film is also very clever in many ways, not least the use of the shadow-man and the shadow-maid. These are things that I have never seen in a film before. In the film, when the shadow-man appears, you see his shadow, and you see his shadow, and you can tell that the shadow is made of the shadow-man. It's the same way with the shadow-maid, and of course, the shadow-man. There is so much more to it, but I won't go into that. So to sum up, this is a film that you can easily recommend to anyone, because it's very charming, and very well done. I'm looking forward to seeing the next instalment in the film.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 19:11

Oh, dear me. These late 90's Disney gems are gone now and, having seen this one, they are not coming back. After watching this one on cable TV, I had to sit through a recent episode of the wonderful "The Simpsons". After a "made for TV" episode in which Marge's time-traveling phone call from her distant grandfather, was done in an incoherent manner, it was suggested that the Simpsons might be able to solve the riddle. I was not so keen to watch a TV movie about a time-traveling android being the main attraction of the program, but I watched the show anyway and I am glad I did. It's always a little awkward when you have the chance to watch a movie about something that was created in your own mind, but this one was a treat. It was wonderfully nostalgic, and a really smart movie about a time-traveling android. Marge is an old school woman, the kind of person who just does whatever she wants, so she comes to live in her own time with an elderly man and his two children. She then creates a time machine, the likes of which you've never seen before. And you have to watch out, since the android is actually from the future and can only be killed by someone who is in the past. So, along the way, Marge meets some people who help her solve the mystery of her past, and of course, she gets to kill the time-traveling android. Now, I know that my description sounds a little too specific, but it's not. Sure, it's only half an hour long, but it's more than that. The story is charming and full of humor, and it's exciting and full of action. It's a simple story, but the way it's told, it works, and it's well written. And the characters are great. Homer, for example, is a classic cartoon character, but he's a wonderful character. His anger, frustration, and love for Marge are all well portrayed. And if I don't mention it, the animated voice of Marge is really well done. The voice actors also deliver their roles well, and they all do a great job. Also, the animation is really well done. It's not perfect, but it's really great. I loved how the plot was told and that all the different time lines and locations were brought to life in animation. And it's done with style. If you are in the mood for a movie about time-traveling robots, and you don't mind a little cultural relativism, you might like this movie. It's not perfect, but I think you won't be disappointed. 8/10
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 17:40

I found this movie enjoyable because it was a film of a difficult subject. It's difficult to do justice to the vast body of literature on animal cruelty, yet I think it can be done with heart, with passion, with soul, and without one bit of profanity. Even though the movie's plot may seem convoluted, in some parts it doesn't. It's an intelligent movie, full of creative ideas and it has a lot of heart. The production values are really nice. The special effects are a little over the top, but, again, that's the point, isn't it? It's easy to see that people in the history of the world have done things that are barbaric, but, I think, that we have to ask ourselves, "Is it true?" My only criticism of this movie is that it's not entirely consistent with the book, so, the picture of animals is still not entirely accurate. I wish the director would have gone in more detail with the portrayal of the animals. The director did a wonderful job, but it's difficult to get the detail and drama of the book. Overall, this is a great movie. It's a film about humanity, it's a film about the cruelty of animals, and it's a film about the freedom of speech. All of these themes and more are present in the book, and I think the director did a great job of telling the story with a mixture of plot and technique. I don't think the movie is perfect, and it's not the greatest movie, but it's an excellent film, full of great ideas and good performances. This is a must see for all those people who don't understand or are repulsed by animal cruelty. It's a powerful and truly amazing movie.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 23:42

First of all, this is a very special movie. It's a child's story about a fairy who falls in love with a boy. It's a fairy tale. Even though this movie is a big budget movie, the production values are so good that it can be enjoyed by everyone. The animation is so amazing, you can see it all. Every picture is colorful, full of details and has a very interesting story. The scene transitions are so sharp and interesting, it's so original and even funny. I didn't expect so much for this movie, especially as I only saw it when it came out on DVD, but it was worth it. The story is so original and fresh, and I don't think there's a story out there that's as original as this one. I loved this movie, I love the voice acting, the story, the music.everything. It's one of the few films that I would recommend to anyone. I have so many problems with this film that I could list. It's too long and the story isn't that interesting. The music is very nice and fits the scene. There are a few problems with the characters. For example, the fairy looks a little too clean for a fairy and she's very pretty, but not really intelligent, kind of a stereotype. It's a little bit too short and only has two songs. Another problem I had was the dialogues. They were awful. The characters are not likeable, but I was really happy that it's not a kid's story. The animation is very good. It's crisp, colorful and fresh and it's probably one of the most beautiful looking films I've ever seen. So, this is the perfect film for everyone. My rating: 8.5/10


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