Short Film: “The Kingdom” by Gobelins School of the Image

“The Kingdom,” or, as it is properly called in French, “Le Royaume,” tells with humor (and some dramatic flourish) a tale that cleverly satirizes the arrogance of greed in the way that a fairy tale or a fable from Aesop often does. As with the other Gobelins short films, the animation is bright and energetic, and the music and sound accompaniment just right. Please, enjoy.

You must wonder, though: what will that lonely and goofily-costumed king stop at to get castle of his very own?

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