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It's the Earth, not the Moon

É na Terra, Não é na Lua
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Synopsis
A cameraman and a soundman arrive in Corvo in 2007, the smallest island in the archipelago of the Azores. Right in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, Corvo is a large rock, 6km high and 4km long, with the crater of a volcano and a single tiny village of 440 people. Gradually, this small filming crew is accepted by the island’s population as its new inhabitants, two people to add to a civilization almost 500 years old, whose history is hardly discernible, such is the lack of records and written memories. Shot at a vertiginous pace throughout a few years, self‐produced between arrivals, departures and coming‐backs, “It’s the Earth not the Moon” develops as the logbook of a ship, and turns out as a patchwork of discoveries and experiences, which follow the contemporary life of a civilization isolated in the middle of the sea. A long atlantic film‐odissey, divided in 14 chapters, that combines anthropological records, literature, lost archives, mythological and autobiographical stories.
Fiche technique
Année : 2012
Réalisateur : Gonçalo Tocha
Genre : documentaire, Étranger
Sortie cinéma : 19/04/2012



Source : tmdb

PLANNING
DVD 20/02/18 Zombillénium
BLU 20/02/18 Zombillénium
DVD 20/02/18 Trahisons
BLU 20/02/18 Trahisons
DVD 20/02/18 Knock
BLU 20/02/18 Knock
DVD 20/02/18 Detroit
INTERVIEWS
Éric Rochant - Möbius
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eric-rochant
bryan-cranston
sophie-turner
victor-matsuda