On board to design them was former enfant terrible of the design world Jean Paul Gaultier , who created over ostentatious, bright, detailed costumes for the film; even honing in on the details of characters in crowd shots. The costumes are colourful, exciting, and a world away from the grim rain-soaked worlds of predecessors like Blade Runner Here we celebrate just a few of the thousand. But those English guys working on the set were whistling and stuff. Ruby Rhod, the larger-than-life, flamboyant radio host, has more than his fair share of great outfits. The all-leopard print costume that Rhod first enters in deserves a mention as every detail, down to the cane and the extravagant bleached super-quiff, sets the tone for his character.
The Fifth Element
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Diva Plavalaguna is a famous and revered operatic performer in the film's universe. She is the trusted contact of the Mondoshawans , who entrusted the elemental stones to her for safekeeping before their demise at the hands of Mangalore mercenaries. The Diva is referenced, though not by identity, as the contact Leeloo is meant to meet with to obtain the stones early in the film. She would be located on Fhloston at a luxurious hotel where she was set to perform. She is described as having outstanding performances by Ruby Rhod, and appears to be a subject of great respect and admiration, as her show at the hotel was populated by dignitaries and celebrities from all over the cosmos. She is seen for the first time being escorted to her suite in the hotel by her companions and hotel security. The awestruck head of security stammers and appears nervous in front of her.
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Korben Dallas : Finger, I was just on my way over to see you, when this big fare fell in my lap. You know, perfect. You wanna make make your only mother to beg.
In another exists an element made not of earth, air, fire or water, but of an anti-energy, anti-life. This "thing", this darkness, waits patiently at the threshold of the universe for an opportunity to extinguish all life and al. This "thing", this darkness, waits patiently at the threshold of the universe for an opportunity to extinguish all life and all light. Every five thousand years, the universe needs a hero, and in New York City of the 23rd Century, a good hero is hard to find. The Fifth Element, a timeless story about love and survival, heroes and villains, good and evil, set in a strangely familiar yet intoxicatingly different 23rd Century.