PG | | Adventure, Fantasy
In a fantasy world of opposing kingdoms, a fifteen-year-old girl must find the fabled MirrorMask in order to save the kingdom and get home.
During the circus montage at the beginning of the film, there is a brief shot of a hand balancing and twirling a set of four crystal balls. This art is called Contact Juggling, created by performance artist Michael Moschen and originally debuted in the Jim Henson film Labyrinth (1986), which in part inspired this film.
Right, and you reckon that's the charm, hmm?
Prime Minister: I'd have to say, to me, it looks rather like half a brick.
Citizen: Not really. Well... a bit...
Prime Minister: it's half a brick isn't it?
Prime Minister: Good try, thanks for coming. Next.
Dwarf actor Peter Burroughs is misspelled in the end credits.
$126,449 2 October 2005
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