The City of Lost Children

The City of Lost Children
The City of Lost Children

Year

1995

Duration

108 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

The City of Lost Children is a fantasy film that delights its audience visually and thrills them with its story. Evil scientist Krank doesn't have the ability to dream, so he kidnaps children in order to steal their dreams - and to uncover the secret to eternal youth. Once kidnapped, the children live in a bizarre city far out to sea: The City of Lost Children. When Krank's henchmen kidnap young Denree from his guardian, strongman One, he must find a way to get away from the evil scientist and his strange family. A wonderful French film full of imagination and life.

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15 Classification

Moderate horror and bloody violence

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