Cirque du Soleil: Journey of Man (2000)
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The artists of the internationally acclaimed performing arts troupe Cirque du Soleil appear in this dramatic fantasy, shot in the high-definition IMAX format, which celebrates the human spirit as it follows the life of one man from childhood to old age. The Taiko Drummers perform in a sequence that represents the dawn of mankind, and a synchronized swimming team performs a water ballet that symbolizes the beginning of life. The Flounes (Josette Dechene and Paul Vachon), a pair of stylized
May 19, 2000 Limited
Oct 30, 2001
Sony Pictures Classics - Official Site
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Continues IMAX's silly trend of stringing together fabulous 3-D effects sequences with flimsy narratives.
The film is one of those rare entertainments that really is for the whole family - or at least everybody with a taste for friendly fantasy.
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