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In 1929, Johnny Tarzan Weissmuller unveilled the Molitor public swimming pool in Paris. After decades of fun for parisians, it closed in 1989 and became a hall of fame for the graffiti scene and all kinds of underground gigs and parties. This wonderfull Artdeco building is now defenetly closed and will be destroyed soon. This giant piece by MAMBO is a tribute to the olympic champ and actor aswell as a bridge between this golden era and today.
directed by NICOLAS CHAMBON & ADRIEN PAVILLARD
music by GUTS
produced by LAZY CORNER PICTURES