‘Star Wars’ Lands In Chile
By Dialogo March 05, 2009The 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.