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Poster Turtle adventure
Film

Turtle adventure

Run time
41 minutes
Language
English (with earphones)
Narrated by
Daniel Boissevain
Themes
Turtle
Climate
nature
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Join green sea turtle Bunji on a once of a lifetime adventure through the open sea close to the Great Barrier Reef. Turtle adventure is a story of one single green sea turtle, and her incredible journey where she meets all kinds of other amazing creatures.

''It's an astonishing adventure through nature and oceans, a must see!''

Turtle adventure is a wonderful feel good movie for the whole family. The movie explores the unique lifecycle of an Australian green sea turtle named Bunji and her incredible journey across the open ocean. The film follows Bunji from a hatchling into adulthood as she swims thousands of miles, meets incredible creatures and has some really wild encounters. She will eventually migrate, with mysterious precision, back to the very beach where she was born – to lay her own eggs that are the foundation of the next generation. Featering Russel Crowe as narrator in the original version.

Follow Bunji on her big adventure!

To introduce Bunji, artist Maria Koijck has made a mascot of her. She is made entirely from waste and consists mainly out of plastic waste. In the past weeks Bunji has visited different places in The Hague to be eventually present at her own premiere on February 12th.

Follow her adventures here

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Sunday 7 June

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