Monsters and more at French Animation Film Festival

French animated comedy Zombillenium has plenty of jokes for children and also references that adults can relate to.
French animated comedy Zombillenium has plenty of jokes for children and also references that adults can relate to.PHOTO: FRENCH ANIMATION FILM FESTIVAL

Zombillenium, a comedy about monsters and ghouls working in a theme park, opens the French Animation Film Festival tomorrow

If vampires, werewolves and zombies lived among us, they would be hiding in plain sight. They would hold jobs and try to be good citizens, the creators of the French animated film Zombillenium would like to think.

And the best place for monsters and ghouls to make a living? At a Halloween theme park, where visitors have no idea that the scary mascots are not actors, but creatures just being themselves.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 24, 2018, with the headline 'Zombies have Monday blues too'. Print Edition | Subscribe