Saw mentions of this animated film elsewhere, but it deserves a thread. Viewed this film in San Antonio tonight, it's also playing in Austin, so it's probably playing at many locations in the more sophisticated industrialized areas as well. I'd heard nothing but promising comments about Triplets, and I was not in the least disapointed. Very witty and with a great soundtrack, the movie is also visually captivating. There are numerous referances to popular 1930s and 40s performers; Django Reinhardt, Josephine Baker, Fred Astaire and Margaret Rutherford to name some that I spotted. For several reasons I was reminded of The City Of Lost Children as I watched this tale unfold. I've made the rounds to just about all the Oscar nominees this year...if you have any interest in animation, check this out.