A Cat In Paris.
Young Zoe and her mother Jeanne, a police superintendent, live together in a small yet cozy home in Paris. While Jeanne is off to work, Zoe is cared for by Claudine, a sort of nanny and housekeeper. Zoe has not spoken in some time due to the death of her father, a policeman, and her mother is set on capturing his killer: a gangster named Victor Costa. Zoe's only friend is a a black cat that leaves every night to join up with its "friend", a cat burglar named Nico. Throw in a very good plot with several twists, wonderful animation and awesome jazz music and you've got a wonderful and delightful film that had me riveted to my couch until the very end of the credits. I already know that this film will become a part of my movie collection, ready to be watched over and over. Do yourself a favour and watch this film!
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to make a cup of tea and snuggle on the couch with my copy of In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower by Marcel Proust. C'est magnifique!
PS - the above picture came from the movie's website.