Director: Caroline Thirion
Country of Origin: France/Belgium
Year of Release: 2018
Duration of the Film: 52 min
In the northeast corner of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, there remains a “red zone”, designated as such since the second war of the Congo, (1998-2002), where no foreigners have entered since 1999. The biologist Anne Laudisoit and her Congolese scientists team embark upon a scientific exploration to identify species that dwell in one of the last virgin territories of Central Africa. In the lush yet inaccessible valleys of the Blue Mountains, an amazing startling bio-diversity thrives. It is said that there are even chimpanzees.
Lihula Theater Hall 20.09 - 15:00