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Michael Cole almost 3 years ago
I'm a very important man, I have a tower!
Mark over 3 years ago
Very creative representation of the mind. Very creative story line and even more so visual
Ha Li over 5 years ago
Beautifully quirky. Thank you, Gaiman.
Jazmine Elizabeth almost 6 years ago
The imagery was crazy in this movie.
Siona Cameron 6 years ago
Weird and wonderful!
Becca Brooks over 6 years ago
My absolute favorite movie, ever.
Niel de la Rouviere over 6 years ago
One of the trippiest movies I've seen.
Jonatan Hoff over 6 years ago
A magical trip to a surrealistic world. A unique film
Neil Cooke 7 years ago
Epic surrealism. The imagery and imagination swept me away.
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 2 years ago
Annalisa Schettino almost 2 years ago
Lowfill Tarmak almost 3 years ago
Alice Albescu over 3 years ago
Mandy Allen over 3 years ago
Katie Tucker over 4 years ago
Nicole McKeon over 4 years ago
Bey Deckard almost 5 years ago
Victoria Roe 5 years ago
Katie T 5 years ago
Mirrormask is a 2005 fantasy film from Jim Henson Pictures, Samuel Goldwyn Films, and Destination Films. It stars Stephanie Leonidas, Jason Barry, Rob Brydon, and Gina McKee. It is designed and directed by Dave McKean, written by Neil Gaiman from a story they developed together. The music used in the film was composed by Iain Ballamy. The film's story revolves around a young girl named Helena Campbell, who is sick of her family's career as circus performers. Helena's mother is hospitalized after they have an argument, and Helena finds herself trapped in a fantasy world shortly after. Gaiman and McKean worked on the film concepts over the course of two weeks at Jim Henson's family's home, and actual production of the film took seventeen months. The film was created on a budget of U.S. $4 million, and had an overall domestic theatrical gross of U.S. $866,999. The film was originally made as a straight-to-DVD film, but had a limited theatrical run in the United States on September 30,...
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