- Published: [Culver City, Calif.] : Columbia TriStar Home Video, c1999.
- Year Published: 1999
- Edition: Special ed.
- Description: 1 videodisc (112 min. each side) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Language: French
- Format: DVD
- Perlman, Ron, 1950-
- Emilfork, Daniel,
- Vittet, Judith.
- Jeunet, Jean-Pierre, 1955-
- Caro, Marc,
- Lumiere Productions.
- Studio Canal+.
- France 3 cinéma.
- Constellation Films.
- Columbia TriStar Home Video (Firm)
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The city of lost children = : La cité des enfants perdus
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Call number: DVD FLC-FRE City
Available Copies: Downtown 1st Floor
Features include theatrical trailer; production notes; talent files; commentary by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Ron Perlman; costume design gallery by Jean-Paul Gaultier; and production sketch gallery.
Originally made as a motion picture in 1995 in France with the participation of German and Spanish production companies.
Side A: Widescreen version (1.85:1 ratio); side B: Full-screen version formatted to fit a TV.
Ron Perman, Daniel Emilfork, Judith Vittet, Dominique Pinon, Jean-Claude Dreyfus, Genevieve Brunet, Odile Mallet, Mireille Mossé, Serge Merlin, Francois Hadji-Lazaro, Rufus, Ticky Holgado.
This fantastically-twisted fairy tale is chock-full of curious characters and special effects. A sad and heartbroken madman, Krank, is aging prematurely because he can't dream. He kidnaps little children, hoping that eventually he will find a way to steal their sleeping thoughts. The story takes the form of a quest, as a sentimental harpooner-turned-fairground strongman, One, sets out to find his young brother on dilapidated oil rig. He soon falls in love with the gutsy nine-year old girl (who is head of the orphan gang), and together they run a gauntlet of fantastical dangers as they join hearts and hands to save a small boy's dreams from the madman's master plan.
DVD (2-sided), NTSC, hi-fi Dolby surround stereo.
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