The City of Lost Children (1995)

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A scientist in a surrealist society kidnaps children to steal their dreams, hoping that they slow his aging process. (source: imdb.com)

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Posted by Esperantoil
5
yrs ago
In The City of Lost Children you should add the following characters: 1) Daniel Emilfork plays Krank; 2) Mireille Mosse plays Mademoiselle Bismuth. The following missing actors in leading roles should also be added: Jean-Claude Dreyfus as Marcello and the minor Judith Vittet as Miette.



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Release Date
17 May 1995
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$18,000,000
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$2,000,000
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Where happily ever after is just a dream.
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France
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Spain
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Studios 91 Arpajon, Saint-Germain-les-Arpajon, Essonne, France
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The City of Lost Children (French: La Cité des enfants perdus) is a 1995 French-German-Spanish science fantasy drama film directed by Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet and starring Ron Perlman, who does not speak French, and repeated his lines phonetically as given to him by Caro. The film is stylistically related to the previous and subsequent Jeunet films, Delicatessen and Amélie. The music score was composed by Angelo Badalamenti. It was entered into the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.

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