The Fifth Element

The Fifth Element
The Fifth Element

Year

1997

Duration

121 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Filmmaker Luc Besson lets his imagination run wild with this incredible science-fiction action fantasy set in the 23rd century. He conceived the story when a teenager, and it's bursting with ideas that could have leapt from the pages of a comic book. Flying cars and thousand-storey skyscrapers are just the beginning of the visual treats on offer, while Bruce Willis does a sterling job as the supercool hero. He's a grouchy cab-driver dragged reluctantly thrown into the story when a beautiful alien by the name of Leeloo crash-lands on his vehicle, an accident that kickstarts a quest to prevent the imminent destruction of mankind.

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