‎‘Star Wars’ Lands In Chile‎

‎‘Star Wars’ Lands In Chile‎

By Dialogo
March 05, 2009

The galactic saga of "Star Wars" is back once again in Chile to meet their fans in this ‎country with the show "Star Wars: The Exhibition," showcasing props, vessels and ‎clothing used in movies. ‎ With an exhibition of 250 pieces selected by the original director, George Lucas, fans of ‎the highest grossing blockuster science-fiction trilogy films of all time can relive their ‎best scenes and discover the insides of the production. ‎ This is a selection of robes, dresses, lightsabers, sketches of the characters and the most ‎famous monsters of film that revolutionized the world of cinema and gave birth to a new ‎kind of epic adventures in space. ‎ The show, which has already visited cities like New York, Tokyo, Paris and San Pablo, ‎occupies in the Chilean capital an area of 3,000 square meters where you can also find ‎models of spaceships and unknown worlds. ‎ In a dark room, full of stars and planets and with the soundtrack of John Williams ‎invading the airspace, fans who wish, may enter the intimacy of the film that started out ‎in theaters way back in May 25 of 1977. ‎ The exhibition can be seen until May 31 at the Kennedy Space Center in the Chilean ‎capital.‎
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