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also known as Clair de lune espagnol

Spanish Clair de Lune1909

  • 3.7
A jealous scene at a cantina takes an unexpected turn when the spurned lover’s suicide leap is intercepted by a UFO. Émile Cohl borrows liberally from Georges Méliès’s classic A TRIP TO THE MOON (1902) but his fantasy of celestial redemption is full of irreverent touches.

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Very cute early sci fi. Keep them coming.

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Possibly the first film version of alien abduction. Another unique piece from one of the most original filmmakers.

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This film really made me feel bad for the poor Man in the Moon. Pedro was a jerk.

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I have to say, the moon sequence really saddened me. I appreciate the beauty and absurdity and high quality of this, but that was the main affect for me. Sadness.

A kooky classic!

strange

short, sweet.