Benjamin Renner, Patrick Imbert | France | 2017 | 109 min. O.V. French with Spanish subtitles
Benjamin Renner, who a few years ago gave us the incredible Ernest & Celestine
(nominated for the Oscars and winner of the award for Best European Animation), adapts his comic The Big Bad Fox
into a film that is amassing spectators and good reviews in France. And it isn’t surprising, because this fable (divided into three stories) of the present times, about a fox who tries to be a good predator and ends up being a mother to three chicks, captures the spectator with its burlesque rhythm and an inventiveness that knows no age, “Looney Tunes
meets Miyazaki” according to Variety.