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Journey to the South Pacific

45 minutes no minimum age required

Accompanied by atmospheric music JOURNEY TO THE SOUTH PACIFIC tells the story of the 13 year old islander Jawi in colourful pictures. He explores the sea on board the coastal ship "Kalabia", a sort of floating classroom. There the boy learns how his island, located in the middle of the South Pacific, can be protected. He discovers a fascinating world with more than 500 different corals and over 2,000 marine creatures. The film shows a biodiversity which is not found anywhere else in the world. Thanks to the gigantic dome screen of the IMAX DOME Filmtheater Speyer, people in the audience have the feeling that they themselves are swimming through the crystal waters of Papua New Guinea, with giant leather-back turtles, manta rays and a whale shark over 10 meters long.