La Femme Cordes (The Cord Woman , The Rope Woman) (2010) Theatrical Cartoon

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La Femme Cordes

La Femme Cordes

English Title: The Cord Woman

La Femme Cordes (The Cord Woman , The Rope Woman) (2010) Theatrical Cartoon La Femme  Cordes

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  • Theatrical FilmTheatrical
  • Camans Productions
  • Cartoon Characters: La Femme Cordes, Sbastien, L'homme, Mre De Sbastien, La Femme Barbe, Figurants.
  • Voice Actors: Elose Decazes.
  • Directed By Vladimir Mavounia-Kouka.
  • Awards: Jury Special Citation, Best Sound Design, Animation, Palm Springs International ShortFest, 2011.
  • Editor: Samuel Langevin.
  • Originally Released on August 28, 2010.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Color
  • France  France

Cartoon Summary:

In this gorgeous journey into the dark corners of freak shows and underground burlesque, the protagonist develops an uncontrollable crush on a mistreated performer. Will he save her or...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

English Titles: "The Cord Woman" and "The Rope Woman."

Release date reflects first showing at the Silhouette Film Festival.

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