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[PHOTOS] 400 Zagrebians Hit the Water for Special Jaws Screening

JAWSIs there a better way to watch Jaws? Around 400 people in the Croatian capital took to the water to watch a screening of the 70s film classic Jaws on a giant screen on Sunday night at Šalata pools…

The screening was part of the ‘hidden screenings’ project organised by the Motovun Film Festival, which will be held in Motovun this year from 25-29 July. The Steven Spielberg classic is celebrating its 40th anniversary since its release this year and Zagrebians got into the spirit by turning up to watch the special screening on the water. It was a perfect night to be poolside after a steamy day in the city.

Check out the photos from last nights special Jaws screening.

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(photos: Nina Đurđević)

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