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Rated G · 77 minutes · 1996

Documentary
It may appear tiny to the human eye, but there is no denying that the insect kingdom -- as captured by the filmmakers behind this documentary -- is as dramatic, action-packed and beautiful as any other. Indeed, using a variety of film techniques and an inspired score, the moving image of a beetle pushing a ball of dung takes on the mythic quality of Sisyphus with his boulder. Meanwhile, endless caterpillar caravans suggest, amazingly, the rhythm of modern highways during rush hour.
Director: Claude Nuridsany and Marie Pérennou
Writer: Claude Nuridsany and Marie Pérennou
Producer: Christophe Barratier, Michel Fauré, Philippe Gautier, Patrick Lancelot, André Lazare, Yvette Mallet and Jacques Perrin
Cast: Kristin Scott Thomas

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