Mars Express premiered during this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Although it may seem that the animation and sci-fi atmosphere do not fit into the traditions of a major festival, it was very well received there. Critics of the moment called it a stunning spectacle, and even described it as a sort of 2023 update for Ghost in the Shell.
In the future, private investigator Aline Ruby and her robot partner are hired by a wealthy businessman to track down a hacker. On Mars, they delve deep into the planet’s capital, where they discover a dark history of mind farms, corruption, and a missing girl who holds a secret about robots that threaten the world’s future.
Mars Express – an interesting animated film from France
The film’s official description reads: This stylish, smart and futuristic noir, combining 2D and 3D animation, is an adrenaline-packed cinematic adventure packed with humor and thrilling action sequences.
The voice cast includes the following actors: Lee Drucker, Matteo Amalrica, Daniela Ngo-Lopi, Marie Beauvais, and Sébastien Chassagne.
Mars Express is directed by French screenwriter and director Jérémie Perrin. This is his first feature filmHe previously worked in the TV series Lastman and several short films. The screenplay was written by Jeremy Perrin and Laurent Sarfatti.
Mars Express will be released first theatrically in France and later in the United States, followed by European distribution. There are no specific dates yet.
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