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GIANT puppets walk through the streets of Liverpool in search of each other
Two puppets, a man and his niece, will roam through the streets of Liverpool, northern England, and April 20-23 looking for each other during the Sea Odyssey festival. The free event, organized by the French company Royal de Luxe is one of a series of events marking the 100th anniversary of the sinking of The Titanic. The liner, registered in Liverpool, sank on its maiden voyage to New York on April 15, 1912.
The tragic tale is about a man who went down with the Titanic. His brother, the giant deep sea diver and uncle of the little giant girl, is on a 100-year quest to find his brother on the ocean floor and lay him to rest. Instead he finds a letter to his brother from his niece, that she wrote three days before the cruise liner hit an iceberg and sank. He vows to return it to the girl and tell her what happened to her father.
The two are reunited at the end of the 23-mile route.