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Cirque du Soleil 3D film to debut in Montreal

Cirque du Soleil's big screen spectacle Worlds Away will make its North American premiere in Montreal.

The 3-D movie features acrobatic feats by the world-renowned company, based in Montreal.

The story centres on a young couple who is separated and must make their way through dream-like worlds to find each other.

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The film was written and directed by Andrew Adamson and executive produced by James Cameron.

It opened in Japan on Nov. 9 after screening at the Tokyo International Film Festival.

Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away debuts in Montreal on Dec. 7 before expanding across North America on Dec. 21.

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