Night at the wax museum

Open in 1882 in the heart of Montmartre in Paris, the Grévin Museum is known for its famous 250 characters from across the world ranging from actors, writers, sports people and many more well-known personalities. Each year, more than 800,000 people are visiting this Museum, among them, a 12-year-old kid named Thomas. One night, he decides to lock himself in the Museum while hiding from the security guards and discovers a new fascinating world of animated wax work figures. This documentary will enable you to discover all the secrets of the Museum by day and by night: from the usual daily rituals and special events to what goes on behind the scenes when one meets up with a famous personality!

Duration of the full program :47 mins

Producer : Ampersand

Year : 2015

Country : France

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