Ratatouilles 2007 film adaptation of the French novel The Devil and His Daughter is set to be released on October 4, 2019.
The film follows a group of women who, following a tragedy, set out on a journey to discover what happened to their deceased loved ones.
A lot of fans were looking forward to the film, even as it was only a few weeks away.
One of them, the journalist and film critic, Leila Alavi, even tweeted the film was “totally ratatool!”
However, the film’s release has now been postponed.
The decision was made after the team heard that a number of news outlets were making claims about the film and it had been reported that the director of the film would not be attending.
Alavi said the news was not good for Ratatoulais.
“We didn’t know this story was being told.
And so we felt it was the right thing to do,” she told the French news website L’Express.
Alavic added that she felt the postponement was the only way for Ratasoulais to get “justice” for the project, since it was “a very sensitive subject”.
Alavi was speaking as she was filming a documentary on Ratatouls project titled Ratatouch, which she hopes will show the film is a “really moving film”.
She said that she was worried about the possibility that the film might be censored and that it might even end up being banned in the US.
“It’s a very sensitive issue, and the people that want to censor it need to know that there are people that like to watch it,” she said.
Ratatoulas film is the latest in a string of projects Ratatopoulos has worked on.
The author has also been working on a TV series called Ratatot, which will be produced by a group called Boulogne Cinema.
The book, written in 2010, was nominated for a Cannes Grand Prix award in 2014 and a best novel prize at the prestigious International Film Festival in 2015.
The series will be the first Ratatos series to air on French television.
Ratasoulas team also has a series of films on its CV, including the comedy series La Grande Maison du Temps (The Greatest Story Ever Told), a musical film entitled Les Luttes, Les Fils (The Fruits of Love), and a TV drama called La Bourse du Périgord (The Bourgeois Bride).