The Red Balloon / White Mane Blu-Ray

The Red Balloon / White Mane Blu-Ray
The Red Balloon / White Mane Blu-Ray The Red Balloon / White Mane Blu-Ray
The Red Balloon and White Mane remain timeless and wonderful children's classics. Unseen for years, these award-winning short films have been recently restored so as to present them in the best possible picture quality. The two films were both directed by the award-winning Albert Lamorisse, a man who the New York Times has described as "...a remarkable artist: one of the cinema's best poets and a fearless explorer of the scary and exhilarating outbacks of the imagination."

The Red Balloon (Le Ballon Rouge):
The award-winning and critically acclaimed fantasy short film directed by Albert Lamorisse follows the relationship between a little boy and a red balloon with a mind of its own that he befriends on the Parisian streets. Widely recognised as one of the most important films in children's cinema, this 1956 classic is the only dialogue-free film to win an Oscar for Best Screenplay.

White Mane (Crin Blanc):
The 1953 French classic and winner of the Grand Prix at Cannes tells the tale of a boy who tames a wild stallion called White Mane. Filmed in the marshes of the Camargue in south-west France, White Mane is a beautiful journey into the wilderness that remains a groundbreaking work of children's cinema to this day.

Special Features
Mon Pere Etait Un Ballon Rouge - Documentary On Albert Lamorisse, L'Enfant Qui Ne Souriait Pas - Documentary On Alain Emery, The Principal Actor Of Crin Blanc
Aspect Ratio1.33:1
AudioFrench Mono
Case TypeAmaray Slim
CastLaurent Roche, Francois Perie, Georges Sellier, Charles Guillaume, Alain Emery, Clan-Clan, Vladimir Popov, Michel Pezin, Pascal Lamorisse, Paul Perey, Peter Strauss, Renee Marion, Sabine Lamorisse
DirectorAlbert Lamorisse
HOH (Hard of Hearing)No
RegionBlu-Ray B
RegionBlu-Ray C
RegionBlu-Ray A
Run Time169
Special Features

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