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Mune: Guardian of the Moon

  • Jim Santy Auditorium/Park City Library 1255 Park Avenue Park City, UT, 84060 United States (map)
Mune: Guardian of the Moon

Directed by Alexandre Heboyan and Benoît Philippon
Rated PG, 88 min. - subtitled
Free Admission

Part of the Dual Language Immersion Film Program in partnership with Park City Library and Summit County Libraries

As legend has it, the first Guardian of the Sun threw a harpoon into the cosmos and roped the sun to bring light and warmth to all of humanity. Then the Guardian of the Moon lured the moon to the Land of Darkness to provide a balance to the sun and supply the world with dreams. At a momentous ceremony to appoint the two new guardians, an accident seems to occur; the heir apparent is passed over, and the title Guardian of the Moon is bestowed on the waif-like Mune, a small and frightened forest faun who seems wholly unprepared to take on such a weighty responsibility. This news excites Necross, the nefarious ruler of the Underworld, a corrupted ex-guardian who decides to take advantage of Mune’s weakness and steal back the sun for himself. Now it is up to unlikely hero Mune and his friend Glim – a headstrong young girl with wax for skin – to save the sun and restore order to the world. 

Presented in French with English subtitles as part of the Dual Language Immersion Film Program. Underwritten by Park City Orthodontics. 

The Park City Film Series is a nonprofit organization presenting the best of independent feature, documentary, world and local cinema.  More information at

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