In spite of the fact that she just shows up toward the finish of the film, Stronach's paramount character was conspicuously included in limited time material for the overall hit, and the tyke on-screen character discovered her resulting big name hard to deal with. Inevitably, Stronach left film altogether and grew up to end up plainly an expert artist. Taking after the introduction of her little girl, she propelled another wander with her significant other: Paper Canoe Company, a Brooklyn-based kids' theater organization. Interestingly since Neverending Story, Stronach is working with manikins and conjuring kids' dreams.
“All the stuff I’m doing now kind of oddly refers back to this very meaningful experience I had with The Neverending Story,” says Stronach. She might even show the film to her daughter one of these days. Yahoo Movies spoke with Stronach, 44 — who is also returning to film in the indie feature Ultra Low, now shooting — about her experience working on The Neverending Story, the empowering message of the Childlike Empress, and how she’s come to embrace the film and its fans.