As you know, Cirque Phénix has not presen- ted live animal acts since 2002. However, we have often tried to work animals into our acts, particularly in the form of 3D virtual images in the shows: A Bee called Extra, and The World’s Best Acts. This season, in order to evoke Africa, we have included giant articulated puppets including wild felines, reptiles, antelopes, and even ca- mels. Our audience will therefore be able to experience more of Africa than they would in the wild.
“José, an absent-minded pilot, crash lands in an unknown place that turns out to be Africa. Is he confronted by true hostile elements or is he simply conditioned by cli- chés? You will discover that once his fears are dispelled, he approaches the indigenous people who, in turn, also set aside their reservations to build a friendship with the pilot that will lead to true fraternity.”
Production compagny : Telmondis
Coproduction compagny : France Télévision, Cirque Phenix
Running Time : 1 x 80’
Production Year : 2012
Distribution compagny : Telmondis distribution
Video Format : HD CAM, Digibeta 16/9