Belle and Sebastian, the Adventure Continues

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France | 2015 | 97 minutes | Christian Duguay

In a new chapter of the beloved saga of Belle & Sebastian (SIFF 2014), the now-10-year-old hero and his brave, shaggy dog embark on an exciting adventure to rescue Sebastian's mom, who is lost after her plane crashes deep in the forest. Recommended for ages 7+ (includes limited foul language; some scenes [including large-scale forest fires] may be scary; plane crash; threatening animals).

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After defying the Nazis from the remote heights of the French Alps in the charming 2013 film Belle and Sebastian, the boy-and-his-dog duo is back for new escapades in this charming family classic series. Belle and Sebastian, the Adventure Continues begins two years later, at the close of the war. The orphaned Sebastian (Felix Bossuet) and his white Pyrenean mountain dog remain inseparable friends in a tiny Alpine village, where they live with the elderly César (veteran character actor Tchéky Karyo), who has become the boy's caretaker. All eagerly await the return of César's daughter, Angelina (Margaux Chatelier), from her stint with the French Resistance. Sebastian and César, however, are devastated to hear that her plane has gone down in a dense forest near the Italian border. Unable to accept that Angelina may be gone, Sebastian and his four-legged friend embark on an epic journey to rescue her, battling forest fires, treacherous terrain, and hungry grizzly bears along the way. Screenwriters Juliette Sales and Fabrien Suarez have returned to adapt this follow-up to the French box-office smash, based on the novel by Cécile Aubry. With breathtaking scenery, pulse-pounding excitement, and a simple, elemental sweetness not found in many family-themed films today, Belle and Sebastian, the Adventure Continues is a story of heroism, courage, and friendship that lives up to its title.

Director Biography
Quebec-born director Christian Duguay has over 30 credits to his name in both film and television. He is perhaps best known for The Art of War (2000), starring Wesley Snipes, and Joan of Arc (1999).

Sponsored by Alliance Française de Seattle, French American Cultural Society, French Immersion School of Washington, The French American School of Puget Sound, TV5MONDE, Seattle Refined

  • Original Language Title: Belle et Sébastien, l'aventure continue
  • Director: Christian Duguay
  • Principal Cast: Félix Bossuet, Tchéky Karyo, Thierry Neuvic, Margaux Chatelier, Thylane Blondeau
  • Country: France
  • Year: 2015
  • Running Time: 97 minutes
  • Producer: Clément Miserez, Matthieu Warter, Frédéric Brillion, Gilles Legrand, Sidonie Dumas
  • Screenplay: Juliette Sales, Fabrien Suarez
  • Cinematographers: Christophe Graillot
  • Editors: Olivier Gajan
  • Music: Armand Amar
  • Website: Official Film Website
  • Filmography: Jappeloup (2013); Boot Camp (2008); Extreme Ops (2002); The Art Of War (2000); The Assignment (1997); Screamers (1995); Scanners III: The Takeover (1992); Live Wire (1992); Scanners II: The New Order (1991)
  • Language: French
  • Has Subtitles: Yes
  • Format: DCP
  • International Sales: Gaumont