Sept. 30 (UPI) -- Netflix is giving a glimpse of the animated film I Lost My Body.
The streaming service released a trailer Monday for the new movie, which follows a severed hand searching for its body.
The preview shows the hand escape a lab and traverse Paris. The scenes are interspersed with flashbacks of the hand's owner, a young man, following and meeting a woman.
I Lost My Body is directed by Jérémy Clapin and co-written by Jérémy Clapin and Amélie writer Guillaume Laurant.
"If you loved the strange whimsy of AMELIE, the same writer comes to Netflix with an entirely unique new film: I LOST MY BODY," Netflix tweeted Monday.
I Lost My Body is based on Laurant's novel Happy Hand. The young man is Naoufel, a Moroccan orphan who is sent to live with his uncle and cousin in Paris and eventually falls for a young librarian, Gabrielle.