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George is a modern-day traveler literally stuck in movie history, looking for a way out. Ever so soon having fallen in love with Marguerite, he stumbles from one film classic into another, taking him from the silent movie era right through the high tech blockbusters of the late 1990's. Every now and then George bumps into Marguerite once again so he can further kindle his blooming affair with her. As the journey unfolds, the audience literally won't stay untouched and will wonder just as hard as George and Marguerite do: where does it all end? Written by Swie Tio <sweet_t_prod@hotmail.com>

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George: How did... vous... find... moi?
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Interactive journey with cinema classics
4 October 2005 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

Great movie, best thing in the whole park (Euro Disney), editing is pure genius, interactivity with real live is superb. A must see I hope to find soon on DVD. Nice nostalgic cinema, great surroundings. A must see for every film fan! There's no need to speak french, most of the movie is in Englisch. The 25 minute movie feels like a trailer, fast, entertaining,..... Superb scene from "A fish called Wanda" has been added, along with scene from Hannibal Lector,... Acting is great, as one knows Martin Short, the Little Amigo. Overall quality sound and vision very good, sound system in the theater is THX worthy, other interactivity's are very amusing.


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