16 Levers de Soleil – Thomas Pesquet – ISS – NASA

The feature film “16 Levers de soleil”, directed by Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff, will premiere this summer along the beaches of the Mediterranean as part of the 2018 SpaceBus tour. Its national release on the big screen is scheduled for early October, after a preview at the end of September at the cinema Le Grand Rex in Paris.

On November 17, 2016, Thomas Pesquet flew for his first space mission. 450 kilometers from the Earth, during these six months when the world seems to be moving into the unknown, a dialogue is woven between the astronaut and the visionary work of Saint-Exupéry that he took to the space station.

In the film, director Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff entrusts his statuette of the Little Prince to Thomas Pesquet to take him to the international space station with the complete works of Saint-Exupéry. The astronaut brought her back to Earth on her return after 196 days in space.

16 Levers de Soleil - Thomas Pesquet - ISS - NASA

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