UKRSIBBANK Presents the Most Expensive European Film in Ukraine

04.08.17
UKRSIBBANK Presents the Most Expensive European Film in Ukraine

UKRSIBBANK BNP Paribas Group presents in Ukraine "Valerian and a city of a thousand planets" - the most expensive European film from the legendary filmmaker Luc Besson. Specially for Premium clients the bank will organize a pre-premiere show in Kyiv and closed shows in Odesa and Kharkiv.

The film world premiere took place on July 21. In Ukraine the official premiere of the film will be on August 10.
CREATIVE APPROACH AND INNOVATION
UKRSIBBANK as part of the international group BNP Paribas represents in Ukraine not only a quality European financial service but also cultural traditions. The International Group has supported European cinema for more than a century. This is one of the real hobbies that the bank shares with its customers.
BNP Paribas is a bank for a changing world and it supports innovation. The fantastic movie "Valerian and the city of a thousand planets" is the embodiment of bold ideas and the latest technologies of the future.
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For BNP Paribas the partnership with “Valerian” is a great opportunity to share the vision of the future: positive changes related to a culture of innovation and technology that will serve both clients and staff in France and around the world.
HISTORY OF COOPERATION
The BNP Paribas Group aims to be the engine of innovation. The bank helps the creators to embody the grandiose ambitions. "Valerian" unites innovations both in terms of production and technological approach.
Back in 2015, BNP Paribas supported the idea of the famous director Luc Besson. For the first time in its history, the group agreed to invest 10 million Euros in the production of the film, which granted it the status of a key partner for two years. As a result, BNP Paribas group offered an exclusive and completely new experience at every stage of the film's creation before it was released.
HISTORY OF THE PLOT

"Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" is an adaptation of the famous French comics "Valerian", which have been issued since 1967. The history of the film takes us to the 28th century in the galactic, cosmopolitan city of Alfa, populated by millions of thousands of creatures. Two space special agents, Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and Lorelin (Cara Delevingne), must prevent terrorist actions and save the future of the universe.In this movie the viewer can enjoy tension of the plot, stunning special effects and the full spectrum of extraordinary mastery of Luc Besson’s genius.

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