Liam (14) and Margo (10) are curious siblings whose summer break turns into an adventure fighting MouMoush, aka the King of Plastic. In the fight that could change history forever, MouMush, a powerful man who dreams of world domination, and his right-hand Dr. Sinistrad, use a secret potion to turn Paris´ iconic bridges and even the Eiffel Tower into flabby croissant dough. They finally chip a piece of the Moon Crescent with their mighty Oscillator Machine. With the help of Uncle D´s (55) revolutionary Time Machine, the siblings travel back in time to prevent MouMoush´s plans to rule the world. They go through a number of
extraordinary experiences, witness the ruining of Paris bridges, encounter cavemen in Lascaux´s, and are chased by a T-Rex. Finally, they manage to land back in the right time, to change the course of history to a better world in which dark forces will be transformed into
I have always wanted to create a humorous and magical story for children and adults alike, a tale that is scary and lovable at the same time, and where time travel has an important role. MouMoush is precisely that movie, full of excitement and strange adventures. Its fresh and dynamic visual world can easily convince different generations that diversity is wealthy and delightful. The exotic graphical style transforms the well-known battle of Good and Evil into a far more relatable and intense experience. The protagonists find themselves finally fulfilling desires for adventure and discover they want to fight for a better and more beautiful world, becoming strong allies and equal partners to adults.