Mirror Mirror: The Untold Adventures of Snow White

Mirror Mirror: The Untold Adventures of Snow White
Mirror Mirror: The Untold Adventures of Snow White




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Determined to remain the fairest woman of them all, an evil Queen (Julia Roberts) locks up her beautiful stepdaughter Snow White (Lily Collins). The rivalry accelerates when Snow escapes to the woods and falls in love with a handsome prince, a man the Queen is determined to ensnare for his money. Railing against our expectations, Snow takes on the role of a go-getting heroine - challenging for the Prince's affections and battling to regain the throne that is rightfully hers. Lashings of high-camp comedy and quirky plot detours from the original successfully give a much-loved fairytale a fresh and entertaining twist.


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This film contains mild threat, violence and infrequent mild language.

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