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Star-crossed lovers from two disparate planets fight for love against all odds in this romantic sci-fi adventure starring Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess. Adam (Sturgess) lives on a planet where poverty is the norm. Meanwhile, just overhead, Eden (Dunst) dwells in a world defined by wealth and luxury. Adam and Eden have been in love since they were teenagers, yet the rules that govern both of their worlds make their romance strictly forbidden. Beset by interplanetary border-patrol agents during one of their ...
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Overview

Star-crossed lovers from two disparate planets fight for love against all odds in this romantic sci-fi adventure starring Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess. Adam (Sturgess) lives on a planet where poverty is the norm. Meanwhile, just overhead, Eden (Dunst) dwells in a world defined by wealth and luxury. Adam and Eden have been in love since they were teenagers, yet the rules that govern both of their worlds make their romance strictly forbidden. Beset by interplanetary border-patrol agents during one of their clandestine meetings on the mountains where their two worlds meet, Adam watches in horror as Eden appears to perish before his eyes. Ten years later, Adam learns that Eden survived the fall on that fateful day, and now works in the towering skyscraper that connects their two planets. Determined to declare his love for Eden even in the face of certain death, Adam hatches a daring plan to enter her world and challenge the unjust laws that regulate both of their lives.
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Special Features

The Making Of; Deleted Scenes; History Of The World; Juan and Jim; Preliminary Sketches; Tango Storyboards; Missing Forest Storyboards; Office Previz; Final Shot Previz; Sage Mountain Previz
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/25/2013
  • UPC: 687797140463
  • Original Release: 2013
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  • Source: Millennium
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: 3D
  • Time: 1:47:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 34,092

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jim Sturgess Adam
Kirsten Dunst Eden
Timothy Spall Bob
Technical Credits
Juan Solanas Director, Screenwriter
Emile Amzallag Executive Producer
Luc Boudrias Sound/Sound Designer
Olivier Calvert Sound/Sound Designer
Benoît Charest Score Composer
Georges Dayan Executive Producer
Frederique Dumas Co-producer
Dominique Fortin Editor
Pierre Gill Cinematographer
Phil Hope Executive Producer
Paul Jutras Editor
Claude Leger Producer
Nicoletta Massone Costumes/Costume Designer
Alex McDowell Production Designer
Gregoire Melin Co-producer
Dimitri Rassam Producer
Patrick Rousseau Sound/Sound Designer
Joe Rudge Musical Direction/Supervision
James W. Skotchdopole Executive Producer
Aton Soumache Producer
Jonathan Vanger Producer
Alexis Vonarb Producer
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  • Posted September 9, 2013

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    They say a new POV (Point of View) is worthwhile. This wrenchin

    They say a new POV (Point of View) is worthwhile. This wrenching new POV made me worry that my brain would start inverting everything as soon as the movie ended. The fantasy, sci-fi, and allegory all work to pull you in. Oh yes, it's a bit of Romeo and Juliet and The Matrix and Brazil, but if there are any stolen elements, they work here.

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