For the release of the animated film “A Monster in Paris”, we offer you a walk around Paris to visit the shooting locations which formed the backdrop to the film. Available in English and French.
The Cinema Trails, true guides for lovers of Paris and the Cinema, invite you to explore the famous, little-known and historic districts of Paris through the emblematic films made in the capital. Every year, more than 900 film shoots take place in Paris, in 5,000 different outside locations. Discover the trail of “A Monster in Paris”
The film: trailer in English
1910: Paris is flooded. A monster is spreading panic. He is pursued by the fearsome Prefect Maynott, but cannot be found. What if the best hiding place was "l'Oiseau Rare" (The Rare Bird), a cabaret where Lucille, the star of Montmartre, sings? Eric Bergeron, the co-director of Shark Tale, entrusted the composition of the music to the French singer Matthieu Chedid. Chedid is also the voice of one of the characters, together with Vanessa Paradis, François Cluzet and Gad Elmaleh. In the film’s title song, "The Seine", Francoeur expresses his loneliness and ensuing sadness.
Vanessa Paradis provides the dubbing for the voice of Lucille in English. The character of Francoeur is dubbed into English by Sean Lennon (musician and son of John Lennon).