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Rainbow War (1985)

| Short, Adventure, Comedy
Three kingdoms, floating separately in space, can each see the other nearby kingdoms but have no means to communicate or visit. Each has developed a fanatical obsession for a specific color... See full summary »

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Gary Carre ...
Saffron Henderson ...
Gillian Barber ...
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Red King
Simon Webb ...
Blue King
Michael Keller
David Bloom
Dan Zale
Stephen Dimopoulos
Lori Dungey
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(as David Grove)
Michael Robinson
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Three kingdoms, floating separately in space, can each see the other nearby kingdoms but have no means to communicate or visit. Each has developed a fanatical obsession for a specific color for clothing, architecture, and even plant life: one blue, one red, one golden. A forbidden inter-kingdom romance and a war of conquest ensues when a means of travel between the kingdoms is abruptly found. Written by Dave Heston <heston@iName.com>

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The original music score was performed by the 90-piece Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at London's Abbey Road Studios. See more »

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Thank you MARC See more »

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Featured in Vancouver: Focus on Expo 86 (1986) See more »

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Good little film
18 October 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

OK, I'll admit that I was only five years old when I first saw this "film", but I liked it. I can recall that it was on long enough to entertain my kindergarten class (very short) but the concept was original and fun. I'll admit the colors are what caught my attention at the beginning (hey, I was five!), but the futuristic traveling device and the love story was entertaining. Considering I haven't seen this film since 1987, I still remember it. It deserves credit for being a small art piece. I would have to say that this film left a good first impression. Consider this: I remember it twenty years later after seeing it once. :)


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