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Free screening of the film Bleu for the opening of the Monaco Open Air Cinema

29 May 2019 - 16h18

Notice to moviefans, places are limited! As part of the 15th edition of Monacology, the documentary film Bleu will be screened free on Thursday, June 13 at 9:30pm at the Monaco Open Air Cinema. Registration is mandatory. The goal is to educate the general public about the threats of plastic to the oceans.

“In 2050, there will be more plastics in the ocean than fish.” One of the first sentence of the trailer, unveiled this morning at the Grimaldi Forum, plunges the audience into a dismal atmosphere. For 72 minutes, people are invited to leave in the immensity of the depths, across the Pacific, from Indonesia to Hawaii, this film testifies to a critical moment of marine life and possible solutions for the protection of our blue world.

319 places reserved so far

The film “almost sold out, while the invitations were sent yesterday”, marks the opening of the Monaco Open Air Cinema. Online registration is mandatory.

“We want to educate young and old, this film was perfect for that! In addition, he has had distinctions in various festivals, it is extremely realistic and touching, “said Nadège Masse from the Prince Albert II Foundation. But, the experience does not stop there, “surprises” are planned before and after the screening. And for the eager to know, exhibitors from the  Monacology village will also be present and in order to answer questions.

 

Daniela Guerra

©Alex Hofford – https://bluethefilm.org

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