A new film opened in the EPCOT Canada pavilion this last weekend. Canada Far and Wide is a resplendid trip across the very large nation that is our neighbor to the north (unless you’re in Alaska, and then its down and to the right slightly).
New and old footage are combined to reveal the visual beauty, old world charm and modern living of Canada’s provinces and major cities.
Jared and Molly stopped by to see the new film and give us their honest review in the following video:
The new film features a new musical score by Canadian composer Andrew Lockington and new narration by award-winning actors Catherine O’Hara and Eugene Levy. They don’t play it for laughs though, just some good natured self-reflection.
Like most circle-vision 360 theaters, there are rails for leaning upon. You certainly could watch the movie starring straight forward in one direction, then maybe come back and view the movie facing the other direction. Do you try to stand right in the middle of the theatre or closer to the edge? It might take many visits to see it all.
Performances run throughout the operating day at EPCOT. What is your best circle-vision movie strategy?
Previously: Canada Far And Wide preview.