Technology: The director Jean-Albert Lièvre fails a false whale on the Norman beaches for his latest documentary

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The creator of "Titanic syndrome" films his latest documentary dedicated to whales. For the needs of the shooting he installed a replica of the mammal on the beach of Vauville, so realistic that she even deceives vacationers.

  Le réalisateur Jean-Albert Lièvre échoue une fausse baleine sur les plages normandes pour son dernier documentaire © supplied by Franceinfo

more true than life, a whale seems to be stranded on the beach of Vauville in Normandy. Called Albertine is the star of the next guardian documentary on the planet (Whale Nation), director Jean-Albert Lièvre. The twelve -meter animal for more than 400 kilos is not made up of flesh and bone but a mixture of wood, polystyrene mixed with resin.

An ultra realistic result to the point of deceiving vacationers. "We saw a stranded whale so we ran with buckets of water. Once arrived, it was a false, "laughs a passerby. For the needs of the shooting, started two years ago, the director made tailor -made the sculpture of the mammal. She was painted to look like a real whale filmed off Tahiti.

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A documentary committed

This stranding on the tongue of sand will be the entry sequence of the feature film scheduled for February in dark rooms. While a team will try to carry out a rescue operation, spectators will discover the life of Albertine from its origins to the history of its species. A philosophical documentary on the role that these immense mammals, present on the planet for 50 million years, play. "We have always tended to think that we were the only ones on this earth. The whales exist to remind us that there are other intelligent societies which have their own means of communication and which perhaps know this planet better than us ", specifies the director Jean-Albert Lièvre.

A topical theme that questions the viewer about his relationship with the fauna and sounds the alarm in the face of the decline of biodiversity. The documentary is freely inspired by the eponymous book of the activist poet Heathcote Williams and the actor Jean Dujardin will narrate the odyssey of majestic cetacea.

Guardians of the planet (Whale Nation) by Jean-Albert Lièvre, scheduled for February 22, 2023 in theaters

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