Open Air x GO EXTREME: The Big Blue

Screening
Free entry

Out into the extremes under the open sky!

In connection with the Aarhus Festival, the exhibition GO EXTREME and Cinemateket invite you to the outdoor screening of the French drama The Big Blue about the two childhood friends Jaques and Enzo, who have a burning common fascination with the sea and deep-sea diving – the raw kind without mask and oxygen.

Through adulthood, the fascination of the blue deep grows, and their free diving is becoming more and more extreme. Who dares to disappear the furthest into the deep? A genuine 80s classic from French film's biggest director name in the 1980s and 90s, Luc Besson.

The Big Blue will be screened at the amphitheatre between Musikhuset and Aros in the centre of Aarhus and before the film there will be a brief introduction by Stig Pryds – Nordic Champion in freediving.

Information: Due to eventual covid-19 restrictions, a ticket reservation may be required for a ticket fee. The space opens every day in good time before the screening. The films will start at 21.00. For further information.

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