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Mirrormask - Interview with Dave McKean and Neil Gaiman

Posted on: September 12, 2005 | Views: 125 | Comment

Writer Neil Gaiman and writer/director Dave McKean discuss the mind-expanding properties of the film, what drugs would accentuate the film best, the artistic freedom they had with the film and more. They discourage watching MirrorMask on drugs because the film is already geared to mind expansion.

In a fantasy world somewhere between Labyrinth and Alice in Wonderland, a 15-year old girl magically transported from reality to a fantasy world must find the fabled MirrorMask in order to save a kingdom and get home. 

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mind expansion • uk • computer animation • artistic freedom • british • hallucinogenic • dave mckean • mirrormask • neil gaiman • pixar • wga • drugs • british director • rendering