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Taxandria (1994) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Taxandria

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  • Feature Length Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Karel, Virgilus, Jan, Aimé Perel, Klooster, Taxandrian, First Minister, Leading Lady, Lamp, André, Police Chief, Mr. Bonze, Princess Ailée, Versalus.
  • Originally Released in December of 1994 (Estimate).

  • Color
  • Running Time: 82 minutes.
  • Belgium  Belgium / Germany  Germany / France  France

Cartoon Summary:

A young prince is taken for tuition at a seaside hotel, but there quickly bores and wanders off to visit a nearby lighthouse. Befriended by the keeper, he learns of a secret world he can see inside the light of the lamp- the world of Taxandria, ruled by the dictatorship of the "eternal present," where all machines, progress and time have been banned. However, a naive but creative printing clerk unwittingly causes a revolution when he upsets a printing press and tries to replace the spilled letters, only to have his new words taken for a subversive code. On the run, he falls in love with a palace princess, discovers the forbidden art of photography, and sets out to fulfill his dream of building a flying machine.

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