Life Of Pi Parisian Style

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

How wicked is this for a movie experience? In the beginning of December a small group of lucky Parisians got a chance to attend a one of a kind Life of Pi screening. Organizers wanted to create a setting that will bring the audience closer to the spirit of the movie, so they held the screening in an indoor pool where each person had to board a boat, put on 3D glasses and of course life jackets. The result was magnifique according to the movie goers and I am not surprised as it looks totally brilliant, doesn’t it?

Balazs and I haven’t seen the film yet but since it won a few awards and people seem to love it, we probably will. Have you seen it? Would you recommend it? What's the last film you watched and loved? xo

P.S: Here is a 3 minute video of the event. (Psst: French language makes me swoon).
P.P.S: Remember this floating cinema in Thailand? Genius!

(via EW)


Anonymous said...

How smart since the movie takes place on a boat. I'm very behind on the newest movies, so I need to make a list of them and watch them soon. Jill

Diana Mieczan said...

Right, Jill? I love how creative this idea is.

Lady Grey said...

that is the coolest thing EVER!

Elisa R @ Rely design said...

wow..this is awesome! i saw the movie in a "normal" cinema..but this is fantastic!!!

Jen Holtkamp said...

that looks so awesome! i still need to see the movie too!

Basia said...

Wow, that's like the greatest idea ever to promote the movie! Was it one time screening? I'm sure there would be many people who would love to have this kind of experience! I would! :)

And I'm wondering if nobody just felt soo into the skin of characters from the movie that started like jumping on the boat or something...haha ;)

Diana Mieczan said...

Basia, yes! Sadly, it was one time thing. Btw: I read that the organizers were worried that people would fell into the pool but somehow everyone stayed in their boats:)

Jamillah said...

OMG! What a wonderful experience. So poetic.

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