3D short film, France, 2003. Director: Mikael Genachte-Le Bail, Gaetan Boutet. Music: Cédric Genachte-Le Bail.
We would like to thank everyone for all these pleasant comments! Thanks for your encouragements!
We precise (due to the number of comments about it) that because of copyright issues we called the movie "Ryleh" instead of R'Lyeh. We wanted to show it in various festivals but we didn't know if we had the right to use the word "R'Lyeh" (in France we can't use anything about "Tintin" because of the copyrights, even amateurs). That's why we changed the name a little bit... But in the movie, we kept the right spelling on the book. Cthulhu has different spellings in many tales... so why can't R'Lyeh?
"An old fisherman brings a mysterious chest up in his nets. He brings it back home only to discover that it was best left at the bottom of the sea. A digitally animated short film inspired by the world of H.P. Lovecraft".
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The sunken city of R'lyeh (pronounced "REALLY?!?") is where Cthulhu lives. It is in another...