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Le voyage de Ricky (2017)

A Stork's Journey (original title)
Even though everybody else thinks he's a sparrow - Richard himself holds tight to the conviction that he is in fact a stork.

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In theaters February 7.

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Tilman Döbler ...
Richard (voice)
Cooper Kelly Kramer ...
Richard (voice)
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Olga (voice)
Christian Gaul ...
Kiki (voice)
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Olga (voice)
Marc Thompson ...
Kiki (voice)
Marco Eßer ...
Max (voice)
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Max (voice)
Marcus Off ...
Claudius (voice)
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Aurora (voice)
Maud Ackermann ...
Aurora (voice)
Jonathan Todd Ross ...
Claudius (voice) (as Todd Garbeil)
Schroeder Kacmar ...
Baby Richard (voice)
Christina Boas ...
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J. Dolan Byrnes ...
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Orphaned at birth and raised by storks, the teenage sparrow Richard believes he is one of them. But when the time comes to migrate to Africa, his stork family is forced to reveal his true identity and leave him behind in the forest, since he is not a migratory bird and would not survive the journey. Determined to prove he is a stork after all, Richard ventures south on his own. But only with the help of Olga, an eccentric owl with an imaginary friend and Kiki, a narcissistic, disco-singing parakeet, does he stand a chance to reach his goal and learn to accept who he really is. Written by Reza Memari

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Their adventure is the destination.


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Rated PG for some mild peril | See all certifications »
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7 February 2018 (France)  »

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Le voyage de Ricky  »

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Perfect family movie!
10 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

I had the opportunity to watch it at the Anima Festival (Brussels) before it gets released in the theaters in my country. Very nice surprise!

The main character is a bit stubborn like children can be, while the supportive characters are mostly crazy, fun, kind and emotional, which makes an interesting cocktail.

As the film is centered on birds, it's kind of a (sky)road movie with enriching encounters, discoveries about yourself for the main character and interesting places.

Some very funny scenes for both kids and adults, it's been a pleasure! Go and watch it... and bring your kids / godchildren / little cousins, etc.!


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