- 2014, France
- Original language
- Running time
- astronomy, biology, environment, space, history of science, eminent scientists, wildlife
- Directed by
- François de Riberolles
- Written by
- François de riberolles et Sabine Emiliani
- Produced by
- Camera lucida productions - Miyu Productions - Planète+, avec la participation de France Télévisions / Diff : France 5, Planète +
Since the dawn of time, the Moon plays a fundamental role in biological life: it acts like the pendulum of the terrestrial clock, dictating its rhythm to everything alive. As a universal symbol and a source of fascination, the Moon is present in every civilisation, through myths, legends and dreams.
The film will take us on a scientific odyssey revisiting the incredibly subtle clockwork linking the Moon to the Earth. In a perfect balance with the sun, Moon's attraction enabled life to bloom on our blue planet. It will also take viewers on a journey across the ages, cultures and religions revealing the fascination and powerful source of inspiration provided by this planet.
Selected at Pariscience 2015
See the showing : Saturday 03rd October 2015 from 10h15 to 12h15