PG-13 | | Drama, Musical, Romance
Various tricks were used to make John Leguizamo's (Henri Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa) legs appear shorter. Some shots are of his stand-in who was of the correct height, while in others he walked on his knees in special leg braces and wearing blue ... ...
There was a boy, a very strange enchanted boy...
When Satine is putting on the red dress with Marie, Satine turns around with her right arm raised to ask Harold how she looks, then the scene cuts to him for just a second. When the scene cuts back to Satine, her left arm is raised.
When the film's title is shown, a silhouette of a cutout can-can dancer dances across the title card, with other silhouettes of men in top hats below her.
English, French, Spanish
AUD 3,739,000 (Australia) (27 May 2001)