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Fantastic Planet (aka La planète sauvage) (1973) is a an animated science fiction film that is scored with deep rhythmic music from beginning to end, and tells a story of a world where humans live as pets among a non-human society.

What are other films that have similar descriptions?

  • Animated
  • Science Fiction
  • Scored from beginning to end
  • Existential
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closed as primarily opinion-based by Ankit Sharma, Tom, John Smith Optional, James McLeod, Tom Cody Jan 12 '14 at 12:07

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If you are a fan of that, you'll probably enjoy the book Codex Seraphinianus which is a very bizarre and complex alien encyclopedia, a PDF file of which can be found here. –  Meat Trademark Jan 12 '14 at 7:53
When this question is closed, and you'll be all "Ok? What's wrong?", then I'd just like you to know that list questions are off-topic on this site. Will has already provided you with an answer (complete with stream-link and all), but when you've seen that one you should probably head to another site/forum for additional sci-fi movie suggestions. –  Tom Jan 12 '14 at 10:00
possible duplicate of How can I find tv shows/films similar to one I like? –  Tom Cody Jan 12 '14 at 12:07
I understand the reasoning, but I would just like to say that I have spent a lot of time looking for a good source of accurate movie suggestions, and there is nothing like the stackexchange crowdsourcing. Perhaps this is a case for a new stackexchange site? –  BananaNeil Jan 12 '14 at 18:09

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You might try Gandahar, (1988), by the same director, René Laloux.

An evil force from a 1000 years in the future begins to destroy an idyllic paradise, where the citizens are in perfect harmony with nature.

The full movie is on Youtube in eight parts. The English version, renamed Light Years, is there too, but according to Wikipedia it does not contain most of Gabriel Yared's soundtrack for the original version of the film.

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Watched it, and loved it. –  BananaNeil Jan 15 '14 at 0:13

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