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I recall watching an animated film around 2010-2012 featuring a girl and a knight.

  • The DVD I watched was French, but I do not know if that was the original language.
  • The knight had a queue hairstyle.
  • There was a rabbit-like creature who followed the girl and knight.
  • The main characters traveled on a planet that had unusual gravity. The planet seemed to be floating apart into pieces and the situation became worse as the film went on.
  • There was a king or wizard who had a giant mechanical clock predicting the end of the world.
  • The knight fought a giant monster using some knitting needles.
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    Do you know the year of the release? How was the animation? Like anime or new? Do you remember any notable dialogue or a song from a movie? – Nog Shine Apr 26 '17 at 9:39
  • It was possibly released around 2010. The animation might have been computer generated. – Village Apr 26 '17 at 18:43
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    Patema inverted (2013)? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patema_Inverted The main characters are a girl and a guy (no rabbit). Scientist almost destroyed the Earth: now part of the people an of the planet fall upward. – mattiav27 May 6 '17 at 18:34
  • @mattiav27 Any reservations to fleshing that out into an actual answer? – Napoleon Wilson May 6 '17 at 18:40
  • @NapoleonWilson I do not remember the mechanical clock part. – mattiav27 May 6 '17 at 19:01
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The movie you are thinking of is Dragon Hunters (or in French: Chasseurs de dragons)

The character who fights with "Knitting Needles" is Lian-Chu

Lian-Chu is a sword-wielding, muscle-bound warrior who actually deals out the dragon slaying. In contrast to Gwizdo, he is more kindhearted and honorable. He is also an avid knitter.

The rabbit-like creature is actually a non-evil dragon who follows the two main characters around.

Hector is their pet dragon who does not possess the evil nature or the great size of the ones they hunt and acts like a dog.

The girl you are thinking of is actually a boy.

Gwizdo is the brains of the group and negotiates their contracts with the helpless people terrorized by dragons.

Yes my research came from Wikipedia BUT I checked their sources and they were okay.

  • Are those parts that are in quotes actually taken from some external resource? If yes, please add where they are from, preferably with a link. If not, why are they in quotes? – Napoleon Wilson May 6 '17 at 18:26
  • @NapoleonWilson Okay, I fixed that. – Elizer May 6 '17 at 18:28

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