What a remarkable film, visually stunning, and palpitating, ravishing to cool your eyes, and soothing your ears with lovely music. Kirikou & the Sorceress directed by Michel Ocelot is an animation movie about West-African folktale about fearless tiny inquisitive boy 'Kirikou' who takes up mission to liberate his village from the spell of Sorceress named 'Karaba'. It's co-production of France-Belgium-Luxembourg, and animated at the studios in Latvia and Hungary. Film spawned a sequel in 2005, and third set for late 2012. Splendid look of film was inspired from the work of French-painter Henri Rousseau. Ocelot work has dignified and explored art, architecture of Northern Africa, and Islamic folklore, calligraphy.
The daring themes in 'Kirkou & the Sorceress' include determination, independent thinking, and message of universal-approach. This film offers flamboyant, vivid colorful influence of culture such as that of Ancient Egyptian Art and African Sculpture.
NOTE: There's lesser nudity of both female and male; as it could be in norm in pre-colonel Africa.