Trivia: Jim Henson was incredibly disheartened by the critical backlash against the film (mainly aimed at its frightening imagery and simplistic story) and its failure at the box office, and it left him greatly depressed. However, shortly before he died, his son told him that the film was finally finding a strong and dedicated cult-audience thanks to its home-video releases, finally fulfilling the potential he initially saw in the film and giving him a sense of peace regarding the film. The film has since gone on to become more and more popular in the ensuing years, and is now considered something of an "80's classic" and to this day is still a hot seller on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Sarah: Give me the child. Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City to take back the child that you have stolen, for my will is as strong as yours, and my kingdom is as great. You have no power over me.
Question: This has always confused me. In the scene with the guards, which one always lies and the other always speaks the truth, Sarah asks which door leads to the castle gate then she figures out the riddle and chooses a door. However, the door she chooses, the supposedly correct choice, doesn't lead her to the entrance instead it's a trap. So did she choose the wrong door, or just the wrong direction for the hands to take her?
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