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A magical journey through the world of CIRQUE DU SOLEIL, including amazing performances from KÀ , "O", THE BEATLES LOVE and more!

Visionary filmmakers James Cameron (Avatar) and Andrew Adamson (Shrek) invite you on a spectacular movie adventure unlike anything you've seen before. Leap, soar, swim and dance with the legendary performers of Cirque du Soleil as they transport a young couple on a magical journey that is worlds away and beyond imagination.
  • Making Worlds Away
  • A Day in the Life with Erica Linz

customer Reviews

 Average rating (2 reviews)

 Amazing - especially if you've already seen a Cirque show

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I have seen reviews good and bad for this movie on the web. We were lucky enough to see KA in Las Vegas a couple of months ago, so the format (a 90 minute film featuring extracts from most of the Cirque shows currently running in Vegas, tenuously linked by a wafer-thin plot) suited us just fine - it was fantastic to revisit the breathtaking scale and majesty of KA, as well as seeing highlights from the other huge Cirque shows. Based on what we have seen in WORLDS AWAY, if we visit Vegas again O and THE BEATLES LOVE will definitely be on the menu.

Almost no dialogue, very little plot, incredible artistry. The lengthy aerial ballet that concludes the film is beautiful. The WALL OF DEATH sequence in KA is also a real highlight - filmed in such a way as to make it appear truly gravity defying.

Absolutely great - though I can understand it would be much more meaningful if you have actually seen these extraordinary artists working live first of all.

 Worlds away from the real thing

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The experience of witnessing a Cirque du Soleil production for real can be an exhilarating one. Sadly, it really does not translate to the big screen. The efforts of director Adamson to jazz it up with 3D still does not do it justice, while his Alice in Wonderland plot linking up several of the Las Vegas shows is lame indeed. The sheer invention and spectacle gains it a few brownie points.

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ActorsErica Linz, Igor Zaripov, Lutz Halbhubner, John Clarke & Dallas Barnett
DirectorAndrew Adamson
CertificatePG
Screen16:9
LanguagesEnglish - DTS-HD Master Audio (5.1)
Additional LanguagesCanadian French; English audio description; German
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired; German; Danish; Italian; Swedish; Norwegian; Spanish; Finnish; Dutch; French
Closed CaptionsYes
Duration1 hour and 31 minutes (approx)