FILM: The Labyrinth
Room: Jerome Hynes Theatre
Labyrinth is a 1986 British/American fantasy film, directed by Jim Henson, produced by George Lucas and starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. The screenplay was collaboratively produced between Henson, George Lucas, poet Dennis Lee, Laura Phillips, Terry Jones and Elaine May, although Jones received the film’s sole screen-writing credit.
Labyrinth was shot on location in New York, U.S.A, and at Elstree Studios and West Wycombe Park in the UK. It was the last feature film directed by Henson before his death in 1990 .
Frustrated with babysitting on yet another weekend night, Sarah, a teenager with an active imagination, summons the Goblins to take her baby halfbrother away. When little Toby actually disappears, Sarah must follow him into a fantastical world to rescue him from the Goblin King, Jareth. Guarding his castle is the labyrinth itself, a twisted maze of deception, populated with outrageous characters and unknown dangers. To get through it in time to save Toby, Sarah befriends the Goblins, in hopes that their loyalty isn’t just another illusion in a place where nothing is as it seems.
SCREENED IN THE JEROME HYNES THEATRE.
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