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It’s here that he meets Zan (Elle Fanning), setting him on a course for first love in the strangest way possible.
This is undoubtedly an interesting blend of genres, but I hope that the story offers up a more than Elle Fanning being this clueless alien dream girl who Alex introduces to the ways of love, humanity and punk like some kind of lost child.
It has the potential to be a little (here’s that word again) problematic, even though Zan does seem to take matters into her own hands when it comes to rebelling against her alien superiors trying to stop her from getting caught up in the punk movement.
If anything, the movie at least seems to perfectly pull Neil Gaiman’s wild story into reality, complete with some David Bowie influences, including a wild-looking Nicole Kidman, who stars along with Ruth Wilson and Matt Lucas.
It's no secret that Roka offers some of the finest Japanese cuisine in the capital, but not everyone has heard that it also houses one of the best secret cocktail bars in London.
In fact, they are from another planet, visiting Earth to complete a mysterious rite of passage.
That doesn’t stop Enn from falling madly in love with Zan (Elle Fanning), a beautiful and rebellious alien teenager who, despite her allegiance to her strange colony, is fascinated by Enn.
As someone reading a movie website, you’ve surely seen a coming of age romance here and there.
And you’ve probably seen an alien invasion movie as well.