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Running Time: 75 minutes
Language: English Version
Venue: Playhouse Theater
Cast: Animals from Savannah
Showtime: Sunday, March 21, 2010 @ 03:40 PM
Director: Laurent Frapat
Description: Wild Opera is the world’s first wildlife film, without narration, set entirely to classical music – in the style of Disney’s animated classic Fantasia. The setting and storyline – the great Serengeti migration – are established with just a few sentences introducing the film. Classical music is carefully blended with the natural sounds of the savannah (ambient sound, animal noises, foley effects).
The characters are presented in an opening title sequence, i.e shot of a lion followed by the title “The Lion”, and similar for the rest of the main protagonists.
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