Based on Michael Crichton's second novel about dinosaurs, The Lost World: Jurassic Park begins four years after the disaster at Jurassic Park. Something survives on Isla Sorna, a second island where the dinosaur manufacturing facility, code-named Site B, has been destroyed by a hurricane. The animals now run free, constrained only by the laws of nature. It opens today on the Panasia Circuit. The Earth is rediscovered in minute scale in Microcosmos, a film which offers a new and metamorphosed vision of the world of insects and other creatures. Natural phenomena, including rain, winds, storms and the disappearance of the sun at the end of the day, become cataclysms. Opening today at Broadway Cinematheque, Broadway Mongkok, Broadway Kowloon Bay, Broadway Kwai Fong, Broadway Tsuen Wan, Broadway Yuen Long, Silvercord, Windsor, GV Hollywood, UA Sha Tin, UA Queensway, and UA Whampoa. Seven pilots pursue their dreams within a limited time-frame in Fly Boys, Fly. A lieutenant, played by Toshiaki Karazawa, recruits six outstanding youngsters to undergo training. Though they are different in character and thinking, they share the same goal - to fly as high as possible. Opening today at Broadway Cinematheque. In the File of Young Kindaichi, an opera house cursed by a demon is the venue for a revival of the musical Phantom of the Opera. Kindaichi and his partner Miyuki are invited to the island to enjoy the show. But soon after their arrival, the troupe's leading actress and another actor are found dead. Showing today at Broadway Cinematheque.