TORUK – The First Flight

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TORUK – The First Flight

Year: 2016
Genre: Entertainment

Cirque du Soleil presents the cinematographic adaptation of TORUK – The First Flight, a multimedia experience inspired by James Cameron’s Avatar and imagined by Cirque du Soleil. Filmed in Montreal in December 2015 at the worldwide premiere.

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