This mysterious animation adventure thriller follows the dangerous sequence of events that unfold when Tintin, while shopping at an outdoor market in 1955 Brussels, Belgium, buys a miniature model of a ship, the Unicorn.
When the model accidentally breaks revealing a mysterious parchment scroll, Tintin finds himself being drawn into a dangerous investigation of a long lost ship that sank with a precious treasure on board. Can its location be found? Will Tintin succeed in getting to the bottom of the secret of the Unicom before he finds his life in danger?
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Steven Spielberg has been an avid fan of 'The Adventures of Tintin' comic books since 1981, when a review compared Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) to Tintin. His secretary bought him French-language editions of each book, but Spielberg did not have to understand them: he immediately fell in love with its art. Meanwhile, 'Tintin' creator Hergé became a fan of Spielberg (reports say he "thought Spielberg was the only person who could ever do Tintin justice.") Read More