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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets : The Art of the Film - Mark Salisbury

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

The Art of the Film

By: Mark Salisbury

Hardcover | 21 July 2017

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Rooted in the classic graphic novel series, Valerian and Laureline- visionary writer/director Luc Besson advances this iconic source material into a contemporary, unique and epic science fiction saga. Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and Laureline (Cara Delevingne) are special operatives for the government of the human territories charged with maintaining order throughout the universe. Under directive from their Commander (Clive Owen), Valerian and Laureline embark on a mission to the breathtaking intergalactic city of Alpha, an ever-expanding metropolis comprised of thousands of different species from all four corners of the universe.

Alpha's seventeen million inhabitants have converged over time- uniting their talents, technology and resources for the betterment of all. Unfortunately, not everyone on Alpha shares in these same objectives; in fact, unseen forces are at work, placing our race in great danger.
Industry Reviews
"The artwork is absolutely amazing with stunning visuals" Latino Review

"a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at Besson's film...an inspiring book loaded with fantastic art" SciFi Movie Page

"beautifully written and illustrated" - Gamers Sphere

"if you're a person interested in how these creators essentially created the movie, then you won't be disappointed" - Black Girl Nerds

"If you're someone like me who wants to pause and zoom on so many of a film's details, this book will easily cover just about anything and everything you want to know about the movie" Geek Dad

"one heck of an incredible art book" - Fangirl Nation

"The concept art is a delight" - The Film Stage

"All the beauty of the movie, with none of the shortcomings" - Cinema Sentries