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Genre Grandeur – City of Lost Children (1995) – Sweet Archive

Another Genre Grandeur fabulous topic! You simply cannot miss with Dystopian Movies!!! Thank a bunch to MovieRob and James of Back to the Viewer for yet another great reviewing experience 🙂

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For this month’s next review for Genre Grandeur – Dystopian Movies, here’s a review of City of Lost Children (1995) by Reut of Sweet Archive

Thanks again to James of Back to the Viewer for choosing this month’s genre.

Next month’s Genre has been chosen by S.G. Liput of Rhyme and Reason.  We will be reviewing our favorite fantasy/sci-fi animated movies (non-Disney or Pixar) . Please get me your submissions by 25th May by sending them to animated@movierob.net  Try to think out of the box! Great choice S.G.!

Let’s see what Reut thought of this movie:

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City of Lost Children (1995)

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I was really debating which film to choose for MovieRob’s Genre Grandeur. This month’s topic is Dystopian Movies chosen by James of Back to the Viewer, a topic which I particularly like as it includes so many brilliant movies. I finally decided to go for…

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14 thoughts on “Genre Grandeur – City of Lost Children (1995) – Sweet Archive

  1. I love City of Lost Children and the way it demonstrates how even the smallest decisions can have a major impact. I’m thinking of the the scene where Perlman is choking the girl and her tear saves the day.
    This movie is so good; does it really have a PlayStation game based on it. Not many French movies can make that claim. Glad to see somebody else that likes this film as much as I do. You are an original!

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    1. Thank you, Paul. Coming from you it’s a great compliment!! I love this film since my teens. I always found it to be so captivating. I love the plot and the grotesque characters. I’m a huge Dominiqu Pinon fan. I hope that’s how you spell his name, I’m unable to check at the moment… 😊 I’m so glad you like this film as we do have that in common. Fantastic!!!

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