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City Of Lost Children (1995)
Starring: Genevieve Brunet, Marc Caro, Jean-Claude Dreyfus, Daniel Emilfork, Ron Perlman, Dominique Pinon, Judith Vittet
Director: Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Category: Drama, Suspense / Thriller, Independent, Cult, Foreign
Studio: Columbia / TriStar
English, Spanish, French
112 mins



Some people follow their dreams. Others steal them.

A gutsy little girl and a sentimental strongman (Ron Perlman) join hearts and hands to save a small boy's dreams from a madman's master plan.
Phenomenal French duo Jeunet and Caro deliver a fantastically-twisted fairy tale chock-full of curious characters, spectacular stunts and unforgettable visuals.
"A spectacular jaw-dropping movie! With its dazzling visuals, ingenious gadgets and state-of-the-art special effects, The City Of Lost Children is more than just a technological wonder: it's an adventure." - Stephen Saban, Details