If you’re a fan of classic science fiction and mind-blowing visuals, you won’t want to miss this piece of art in Cape Town. Leeloo, the extraterrestrial goddess from “The Fifth Element,” has landed in South Africa and is ready to take you on a wild ride through the cosmos with her trusty multipass in hand.
A mural by Hood Graff Team depicting Leeloo holding her multipass from the classic science fiction film, “The Fifth Element,” can be found in Cape Town, South Africa. Think of it as a space-faring version of the Mona Lisa, except with a lot more firepower and enough style to make Jean-Paul Gaultier green with envy.
Directed by Luc Besson, the film takes place in the 23rd century and follows the story of Korben Dallas, a former special forces operative turned taxi driver, as he becomes embroiled in a quest to save the world from a great evil.
Leeloo, played by Milla Jovovich, is a key character in the film and is depicted as the fifth element herself. The multipass, a small rectangular device that serves as a universal identification card and enables its owner to access various services and travel throughout the galaxy, plays a crucial role in the film’s story.
The mural in Cape Town shows Leeloo holding her multipass, a nod to the film’s iconic imagery. This image has become popular and recognizable among fans of the film and serves as a tribute to its unique vision of the 23rd century. Whether you’re a fan of the film or simply appreciate the artistry of the mural, it is sure to be a standout feature in the city of Cape Town.
I see it as a warning as well, to the Globalist desire to roll out digital ID passports. Essential component to global control grid. This is not a future to embrace.