Rated: PG for some dramatic images and mild sensuality. Reviewed by: Frank Release date: December 21, 2012 Released by: Paramount Pictures Corporation
A young woman, Mia (Erica Linz) fascinated with an Aerialist (Igor Zaripov) wanders through a beautiful dreamlike wonderland filled with tent worlds each containing a separate Cirque Du Soleit demonstration.
Mia is like Alice in Wonderland as she falls into a sand pit with the Aerialist leading to her wandering as she searches through a series of spectacular, stunning air and water creations filled with spectacular Cirque performances.
The various shows are performed in both water and air. The 3D process and the close up cinematography brings us face to face with the performers providing a more intimate look at the cast than is available in a live performance.
The Cirque companies in Las Vegas bring us: "Belleve," "Mystere," "O," and "Viva Elvis." Director, Andrew Adamson connects the events with a simple story of Mia's search to contact the Aerialist.
Along with the realism of the 3D process, excessive color similar to Warnercolor or Technicolor creates a spectacular, stunning mesmerizing world of beauty for us to enjoy.
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