From acclaimed visionary director Tarsem Singh comes a dazzlingly innovative epic that begins with an unlikely friendship between a little girl and an injured stunt man-turned-storyteller. Disarmed by Alexandria's innocence, Roy promises to tell her the most amazing story she has ever heard. And thus begins the sweeping, swashbuckling tale of the Black Masked Bandit, which unfolds before our eyes as Alexandria imagines it.
Tarsem Singh (b. 1961) is an Indian director who has worked in film, music videos, and commercials. Singh began his career directing music videos for artists as En Vogue, Deep Forest and the music video for R.E.M.'s smash hit "Losing My Religion". Singh's feature film directorial debut was THE CELL (BIFF 2000). His films are noted for their operatic elements - lush colours, desert landscapes, horses, extensive costume design and exotic locations.