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Director  Enrico Casarosa
Music director  Michael Giacchino
Country  United States
8/10 IMDb

Genre  Animation, Short
Initial DVD release  November 13, 2012 (USA)
Duration  
Language  Gibberish
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Writer  Enrico Casarosa (screenplay)
Release date  June 6, 2011 (Annecy)June 22, 2012 (theatrical, with Brave)
Cast  Krista Sheffler (Bambino (voice)), Tony Fucile (Papà (voice)), Phil Sheridan (Nonno (voice))
Similar movies  Pacific Rim, Independence Day, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Armageddon, Boyhood, Bruce Almighty
Tagline  A young boy discovers his family's most unusual line of work.

Pixar Short Films #25 La Luna 2011


La Luna (IPA: /laˈluna/ [laˈluːna], Italian for The Moon) is a 2011 Pixar computer-animated short film, directed and written by Enrico Casarosa. The short premiered on June 6, 2011 at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in France, and it was paired with Pixar's Brave for its theatrical release on June 22, 2012, being shown before the film's beginning. La Luna was released on November 13, 2012, on the Brave DVD and Blu-ray, and on a new Pixar Short Films Collection, Volume 2, the second collection of Pixar's short films. La Luna was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 84th Academy Awards.

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Plot

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A young Genoese boy, Bambino, goes on a midnight boat trip with his father Papà and grandfather Nonno. After they anchor in the middle of the sea, Nonno presents Bambino with a cap similar to the ones he and Papà wear. The two men disagree on how Bambino should wear it, with Papà pulling it low over his eyes and Nonno pushing it back on his head. Papà sets up a long ladder for Bambino to climb so he can set an anchor on the full moon, and the three ascend to start their work of sweeping fallen stars off the lunar surface.

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Papà urges Bambino to use a pushbroom on the stars, while Nonno favors a besom broom. As they quarrel, a huge star crashes on the moon; it is far too large for any of them to move. Turning his cap backward, the way he wants to wear it, Bambino climbs onto the star and taps it with a hammer. It bursts apart into hundreds of smaller stars, and all three go to work sweeping them to one side, with Bambino choosing a rake instead of either man's broom. Once the job is done, they climb down to their boat and look up at the moon, which now displays a glowing crescent phase thanks to their efforts.

Voice cast

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  • Krista Sheffler as Bambino (Kid)
  • Tony Fucile as Papà (Dad)
  • Phil Sheridan as Nonno (Grandpa)
  • Production

    The plot was inspired by Casarosa's childhood and tales by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and Italo Calvino. The style comes from Hayao Miyazaki's anime and from La Linea by the Italian cartoonist Osvaldo Cavandoli.

    References

    La Luna (2011 film) Wikipedia
    La Luna (2011 film) IMDb La Luna (2011 film) themoviedb.org


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