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I defy anyone who has a relationship with this film not to smile involuntarily when they hear the jingly synths, big drums, slap bass and Bowie croon, which signal the start of a for one, offers some very questionable parenting advice.You don't have to be Dr Tanya Byron to know that slapping babies to make them free will get you into all kinds of trouble. If you'd like the actress Jennifer Connelly to remain undefiled as innocent Sarah in your memory, then I strongly urge you not to watch Darren Aronofsky's . Like a lot of young '80s fantasy movie characters, she's a romantic soul who prefers books, stories and her imagination to the real world. In , Sarah is told she's too old for her toys and games, that it's time for her to put away childish things.The under-forties hadn't yet the distance from their youth to be truly nostalgia, Ince reasoned.When the under-forties think they're experiencing nostalgia, he said, they're just remembering stuff. While it might make for a decent pub chat, the loss of hasn't left me with any inconsolable yearnings.During her time there, Sarah manages to shake off not one, but two drug-induced hallucinations.
To be fair, it's his leggings that spark the great majority of fuss, but we'll come to those.Bowie wasn't always a cert for the role of Jareth the Goblin King, but like all the best casting decisions, it's now impossible to imagine it otherwise.Sting was apparently discussed for the part, as was Michael Jackson.I don't ache for the days back when Snickers were called Marathons and nobody knew you shouldn't make school dinners exclusively from hydrogenated trans fats. But there's a film which, for a lot of us, is more than just a fond memory.A film which, if we under-forties can experience nostalgia, is our generation's Proustian ticket straight back to childhood.