In the summer of 1980, an aircraft disappeared from radar screens between Paris and Marseille. Twenty years later, strange shapes, "Crop Circles", appear in a cornfield. At the same time, Laure de Lestrade, who's in the process of selling her mother's house, discovers similar drawings in her old schoolbooks. Coincidence? An assault, troubling remarks, a stormy reunion with her family, a recent photo found on the internet of a woman strangely resembling her mother that's been missing for thirteen years. What do these events mean? Could her mother be alive?
Runtime: 55 minutes
Mystère - Mystère (Cirque du Soleil) - Netflix
Mystère is one of seven resident Cirque du Soleil shows in Las Vegas, Nevada and performs in a custom theatre at the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino. The show was first performed on 25 December 1993 making it the company's longest running show. As with many Cirque du Soleil productions, Mystère features a mixture of circus skills, dance, elaborate sets, opera, worldbeat music, and street theatre-style comedy.
Mystère - Set and technical information - Netflix
The theater is a unique theater built in the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino specifically for the show. The design of the theater was created by Michel Crête and that of Montreal-based team of Scéno Plus. This theater seats 1,541 audience members. The stage measures 120 feet by 70 feet deep and covers approximately 10,032 square feet. The stage floor is made of a layer of Base Mat, which is rubber made from recycled old tires and sneakers. This helps give the stage some bounce for tumbling. This is held together by polyurethane adhesive and covered with thousands of gallons of liquid that dries onto the surface. The Downstage D Lift is 36 feet in diameter and includes a 28-foot revolving stage. The revolving stage rotates up to 10 revolutions per minute. Props, equipment, and performers are elevated to stage level from the basement or trap by four moving lifts. These moving lifts were constructed in Montreal and then assembled in Las Vegas, NV. The snail seen growing larger throughout the show is called Alice. By the end of the show, she is a giant inflatable puppet controlled by four puppeteers from the inside. The puppeteers move her around by following markings on the floor, since they can not see outside the puppet. They also control her eyes, torso, and tail. The taiko drums in Mystère are created by the Japanese company Asano Taiko, located in Mattō, Ishikawa Prefecture. The largest drum in Mystère is the ōdaiko, which is 6 feet (1.8 m) in diameter and 15 feet (4.6 m) in length, and weighs half a ton. Due to the large size of the drum, it had to be brought into the theatre during construction. Since the completion of the theatre the drum can not be removed, as no door is large enough to accommodate it.
Mystère - References - Netflix