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Mosaic

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2007
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72 min
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Mosaic, On Demand Movie, Action DigitalMovies, Animated

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Plot: Maggie Nelson (voiced by Academy-Award-winner Anna Paquin of THE PIANO, X-MEN) is a student at the High School Of Dramatic Arts and a rising star of the New York stage. But when she is caught between a freak electrical storm and a mysterious rune stone, Maggie discovers that she has the uncanny ability to shape-shift like a chameleon. Now Maggie must stop the plot of an alchemic madman from an ancient race that walk hidden among us. Why has her Interpol agent father been abducted? What can a sexy teenage actress dare to do with the powers of DNA replication? And will the world's most unlikely new superhero save the day without flunking her midterms?
Not Rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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