The year is 2740. Valerian and Laureline are two agents that travel through time and space. They speed through time and space in their spaceship “The Intruder” to accomplish the various missions assigned to them by the central power. This new adventure takes them to "Alpha”, an orbital station that hosts 17 million individuals from the four corners of the universe. Here, nearly 8,000 different species share their knowledge and experiences, technologies and powers. Pretty much the worst place to conduct an investigation...
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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
Valerian and Laureline written by Pierre Christin and illustrated by Jean-Claude Mézières is a cult comic book of the late 60’s.
This film marks Luc Besson’s return to space opera, twenty years after ‘The Fifth Element’, and confirms his penchant for the genre of science-fiction. The world of the Fifth Element already drew inspiration from the Valerian albums.
It is interesting to know that a script was ready in 2009 when James Cameron’s Avatar was released. After Besson watched this film, he felt unsatisfied with his own work and decided to start from scratch.