In the film a teenage girl named Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is left to baby-sit her baby brother, and when she teasingly wishes the goblins would take him away, she gets her wish. Jareth (David Bowie), the ruler of the mystical world, tells her she can get the child back, but only by finding her way through an endless labyrinth. (Source: rogerebert.com)
In the film a teenage girl named Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is left to baby-sit her baby brother, and when she teasingly wishes the goblins would take him away, she gets her wish. Jareth (David Bowie), the ruler of the mystical world, tells her she can get the child back, but only by finding her way through an endless labyrinth. (Source: rogerebert.com)
In the film a teenage girl named Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is left to baby-sit her baby brother, and when she teasingly wishes the goblins would take him away, she gets her wish. Jareth (David Bowie), the ruler of the mystical world, tells her she can get the child back, but only by finding her way through an endless labyrinth. (Source: rogerebert.com)

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