Labyrinth

It was thirty years ago that Jareth the Goblin King (David Bowie) first invited young Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) into his
Walk these narrow paths to release, receive, and return.
You remind me of the movie. What movie? The movie with the power. What power?
I can absolutely trace back my fascination with beautiful white boys and their pretty faces, especially the ones who weren't afraid of eyeliner and nail polish, directly to David Bowie in Labyrinth.
The glam-rock superstar first appeared in "The Man Who Fell to Earth."
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Franco Maria Ricci in his library (photo: Andrea Bertolotti) This post originally appeared on HuffPost Italy and was translated
Jim Henson's bizarro fantasy film "Labyrinth" came out when Jennifer Connelly was 16. The actress' audition, likely from
As we walk among the shelves of her store, she explains its name: " A labyrinth is a place to look and get lost. To gather knowledge, to weigh conflicting ideas against each other and find beliefs.
I went up a mountain and received a message not on stone tablets or from a booming voice, but tattooed on a bicep.
Entertainment Weekly reports that the miniseries "will jump back and forth between modern and medieval France by following
The labyrinth has existed for over 4,000 years. The earliest labyrinths appeared in Neolithic rock carvings in southern Europe