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Former rally driver Tahar Karya is an expert at tackling the Sahara's sand dunes in his fourbyfour. He was George Lucas's personal driver during the filming in Tunisia and has a personal attachment to the set.
He believes that Lucas's decision to use the area in his film was a great boon for the region. More than 1,500 background actors were employed. Agencies and hotels also benefited, he says. Over a period of twoandahalf months, (Lucas) brought activities to the region and beneficial economic activity. We hope he comes back here again.
The crew faced difficulties dealing with the weather in the Sahara. Temperatures reached 135 degrees Fahrenheit (57 C) during filming, then production was slowed by a rare summer rainstorm. Still, facing scheduling and budget constraints, Lucas was able to get the scenes he needed, which appear in Star Wars movies The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones.
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Sahara desert as a tourist attraction An alien homeland in Tunisia? Bringing movie making back to Tunisia
But for those who want to experience this important piece of film history, time is running out. Although the set has withstood the elements for more than a decade, the desert's sand dunes are moving to engulf the fictional town.
Ever since they finished the part of the movie shot in 2003, sand dunes have surrounded the film set from every side. They should not have allowed this to happen, says Tahar.
A team of scientists has tracked the movement of a large sand dune, which has already started to cover the set. it is moving at a rate of 4 cm per day and It won't be long before this alien town is buried beneath the sand.
Like any desert Oasis, this one too will soon disappear.
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Each day tourists mostly from Europe arrive by the car load. Trips to the abandoned film set are included in hotel vacation packages and it's one of the few things that will draw visitors into the bakinghot desert.
What really matters to Tahar is that the tourists keep coming, especially because the country is struggling to rebuild its economy after its 2011 revolution.
Tunisia is a very beautiful and safe country, he says. I advise the whole world to come visit Tunisia. Tunisia is a country of security, comfort, and stability ... Besides, in Tunisia there are more than 300 days of sunlight. This is a country where life is good!
As the sun beats down on the alien homeland, Tahar says he is proud to have been part of something iconic.