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Mirrormask

Year:
Duration:
101 min
Genres:
Adventure | Drama | Family | Fantasy
IMDB rate:
7
Director:
Dave McKean
Awards:
5 wins & 2 nominations
Details
Country: UK
Release Date: 2005-10-28
Filming Locations: Black Island Studios, Alliance Road, Acton, London, England, UK
Earnings
Budget: $4,000,000
Opening Weekend: $126,449 (USA) (2 October 2005)
Gross: $864,959 (USA) (11 December 2005)
Cast
Actor
Character
Stephanie Leonidas
Stephanie Leonidas
Mirrormask
Jason Barry
Valentine
Rob Brydon
Morris Campbell / Prime Minister
Gina McKee
Joanne Campbell
Dora Bryan
Aunt Nan
Stephen Fry
Librarian
Andy Hamilton
Small Hairy
Simon Harvey
Sphinx
Lenny Henry
Cops 1-4
Robert Llewellyn
Gryphon
Eryl Maynard
Mrs. Bagwell
Eve Pearce
Future Fruit Lady
Nik Robson
Pingo / Bing (as Nik Robinson)
Victoria Williams
Nurse
Rick Allen
Man In a Box
Gina D'Angelo
Heir of Insanity Woman
Simon Schofield
Heir of Insanity Man
Silvia Fratelli
Mimbre
Lina Johansson
Mimbre
Emma Noris
Mimbre (as Emma Norin)
Peachi Pangea
Pyrotechnic Artist
Mark Tate
Stilt Walker
Richard Thompson
Tat - The Strongman / Gorilla
Robin Thompson
Magician
Iain Ballamy
Circus band - band leader and soprano sax
Chris Batchelor
Circus band - trumpet
Stian Carstensen
Circus band - button accordian
Martin France
Circus band - drum kit
Stuart Hall
Circus band - violin and banjo
Dave Powell
Circus band - sousaphone
Trifon Trifanov
Circus band - alto sax
Peter Borroughs
Red Troll
Rusty Goffe
Yellow Gnome
Kerry Jay
Music Box Dancer
Fiona Reynard
Receptionist
Nick Dainton
Politician / Monkeybirds
Nick Jackson
Male Giant / Mr. Shoe-Thing / Monkeybirds
Mark Perry
Politician / Monkeybirds
Kate Robbins
Female Giant / Mrs. Shoe-Thing / Chicken
Stuart St. Paul
Ticket Buyer (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
During the circus montage at the beginning of the film, there is a brief shot of a hand balancing and twirling a set of four crystal balls. This art is called Contact Juggling, created by performance artist Michael Moschen and originally debuted in the Jim Henson film Labyrinth (1986), which in part inspired this film.
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Total number of digital fish in the film: 42.
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Number of animators on the film: 15Number of animation days per shot
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Goofs
Dwarf actor Peter Burroughs is misspelled in the end credits.
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After Helena holds up the key while looking at the tower, the immediate next shot shows the key facing the opposite direction.
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Quotes
Valentine: My mum always said: "It's a dog-eat-dog world, son. You get them before they get you. Eat your greens. Stop embarrassing me in front of the neighbors. Maybe it would best if you leave home and never come back!"
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Helena: You useless, cake-hogging coward!
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Queen of Shadows: With a smile on your face, everything will seem brighter, because from now on we are... What?
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Photos from cast
Stephanie Leonidas