Entertainment “The great saga of our mountains, the Alps”: an unpublished documentary, edifying
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Signed by Frédéric Brunnquell, the documentary The Great Saga of our Mountains reminds us that the Alps are much more than a gigantic leisure park. A great lesson.
“In sixty years, the Alps and its inhabitants have emerged from the underdevelopment that threatened them. But at what cost ? While access to the summits has indeed been democratized, preserving our mountains has not always been a goal. And as global warming hits the land hard, a new battle is taking place to conserve this natural space, " wrote Frédéric Brunnquell in his letter of intent.
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Thanks toPoignant testimonies - so to speak - and what some call a white year for , his edifying film retraces, in ninety minutes and through numerous documents, a century of an unknown or forgotten history, that of these mountains, these glaciers, these peasant lives, what the emergence of winter sports has brought them, but also of everything that this mutation has deprived them of.
Without judgment, if not the observation of its current degradation, The Great Saga of our mountains is in the vein of the previous one, The Saga of the rail, broadcast two years ago on.
Carefully written, tastefully constructed, it is supported by exclusive archive footage, poignant testimonies from peasants, but also promoters, engineers, champions, mountaineers, and reviews the exploits as well ofand Louis Lachenal in the 1950s that the murderous avalanche in Val-d'Isère in 1970, the boring of the Mont-Blanc tunnel, the race to the largest ski area or the drowning of villages millennia after the commissioning of dams, such as that of Tignes, in particular.
“The Great Saga of our mountains, the Alps” at 9:05 pm on “France 3”
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