Renaissance

2006

Renaissance (2006)

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Critic Consensus: Renaissance attempts to blend sci-fi wonder with stark noir animation, but is often more fun to look at than to watch.

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Set in the year 2054, a policeman investigates the kidnapping of a young scientist through the jungles that are the militia-governed districts of Paris.

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Cast

Patrick Floersheim
as Barthélémy Karas [French]
Daniel Craig
as Barthélémy Karas
Laura Blanc
as Bislane Tasuiev [French]
Catherine McCormack
as Bislane Tasuiev
Ian Holm
as Jonas Muller
Virgine Mery
as Ilona Tasuiev [French]
Jonathan Pryce
as Paul Dellenbach
Gabriel Ledoze
as Paul Dellenbach [French]
Marc Cassot
as Jonas Muller [French]
Kevork Malikyan
as Nusrat Farfella
Romola Garai
as Ilona Tasuiev
Rick Warden
as Pierre Amiel
Pax Baldwin
as Nusrat Farfella
Marc Alfos
as Nusrat
Nina Sosanya
as Reparaz
Sean Pertwee
as Montoya
Wayne Forrester
as Administrator
Leslie Woodhall
as Elderly Man
Robert Dauney
as Barthélémy Karas (Mocap)
Crystal Shepherd-Cross
as Bislane Tasuiev (Mocap)
Ilona Tasuiev
as Van Waess, Isabelle (Mocap)
Max Hayter
as Paul Dellenbach (Mocap)
Marco Lorenzi
as Dr. Jonas Muller (Mocap)
Jerome Causse
as Pierre Amiel (Mocap)
Clémentine Baert
as Nurses (Mocap)
Chris Bearne
as Parisian (Mocap)
David Benito
as Naghib (Mocap)
Tsuyu Bridwell
as Raparaz (Mocap)
Alexandre Degli Esposito
as Young Farfella (Mocap)
Boutros El Amari
as Goran (Mocap)
Marcia Fantin
as Parisian (Mocap)
Logan Feierbach
as Théo (Mocap)
Raphaël Fuchs-Willis
as Claus Muller (Mocap)
Paul Jenkins
as Security Force (Mocap)
Radica Jovovich
as Woman Hostage (Mocap)
Christian Kmiotek
as Vord Lover (Mocap)
Sophie Knight
as Farfella's Woman (Mocap)
Anouk Lenorman
as Little Girl With Balloon (Mocap)
Salomé Lenorman
as Little Girl (Mocap)
Kumar Motiani
as Farfella's Security Force (Mocap)
Julian Nest
as Parisian (Mocap)
Daniel Plier
as Montoya (Mocap)
Tim Probyn
as Policeman (Mocap)
Vladimir Radovic
as Nightclubber (Mocap)
Jessica Reavis
as Avalon's Hostess (Mocap)
Arnita Swanson
as Nora (Mocap)
Neil Underwood
as Homeless Man (Mocap)
Chas Warlow
as Woeller (Mocap)
Robert Watson Barr
as Dr. Nakata (Mocap)
Linda Woodhall
as Elderly Woman (Mocap)
Jean-François Wolff
as Nusrat Farfella (Mocap)
Isabelle Van Waes
as Ilona Tasuiev (Mocap)
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½

Beautiful, stark images and a wondrous score do a lot to sell this French made sci-fi/detective hybrid (ala Blade Runner) that's unfortunately undercut by a script that's too standard film noir. The medium is stunning ... if only they'd concentrated a bit more on the story ...

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

½

An interesting script but the high contrast black & white animation is distracting and tiresome. Slightly above average graphic novel-ish sci-fi crime noir.

Randy Tippy
Randy Tippy

Super Reviewer

½

A graphic novel in movie form that works really quite well in providing a cool, dark, film noir atmosphere. It helps having the new James Bond to provide the lead voice too. The sci-fi story is a fairly good one and quite appropriate to the style of the movie. However, the plot can drag a bit at times.

Ross Collins
Ross Collins

Super Reviewer

The animation style may seem original as a film but it pretty much resembles the computer game XIII as well as the last Spider-Man animated series. Though the thick blacks and pure whites add a lot of style and atmosphere in some scenes it becomes hard to differentiate backgrounds from foregrounds. The story itself is quite interesting as mysteries go but is also reminiscent of just about any future mystery set-up where an evil corporation is out for something. The vocal talents are spot on for the majority of the film and the ending is excellent and shouldn't have ended any other way. It results in an overall satisfying film.

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

Super Reviewer

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