Impressions de France
Impressions de France is a film that combines images of France's scenery with classical compositoins from French composers. Unlike the CircleVision 360 films of the Canada and China pavilions, Impressions de France is projected onto screens that extend only 200 degrees around the audience.
- Location: On the right side of the France pavilion.
- Date Opened: 10/1/1982
- # of Shows: Continuously through the day, every 25 minutes.
- Characters: None
- Photos and Autographs: No
- Wait Times: Lines generally aren't very long, and it is uncommon to wait more than one show.
- Length of Show: 18 minutes
- FastPass: No
- Queue Description: None
- Health Restriction:
- Ride Access: The queue and theater is wheelchair and ECV accessible.
- Wheelchair Transfer:
- Service Animals: Yes
- Audio: Reflective captioning and assistive listening devices are available from Guest Services.
- Weight and Size Issues:
- Height Restriction:
- Child Swap:
- Other Issues:
- At this location: Impressions de France has been playing at this location since the park opened in 1982.
- The Attraction's History: The film has not been updated since it opened.
- Other Trivia:
- HiFi: Impressions de France was the first motion picture with a score that had been recorded and processed in digital formats from beginning to end. The score, which celebrates French classical composers was performed by the National Philharmonic in London, England.
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