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Won Accolade Competition, Award of Merit: Original Score

Journey to Promethea

2010, regia di Dan Garcia


Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Dan Garcia Productions, DMG Holdings, Most Wanted Films - Distribuzione: Most Wanted Films, American World Pictures, Phase 4 Films - Soggetto: Dan Garcia - Sceneggiatura: Dan Garcia - Fotografia: John Lands - Montaggio: Michael Carter, Scott Mele - Art Direction: Jeremy Woolsey - Musiche: Andrew Markus - Effetti speciali: Films In Motion, CFX, In Visible Inc. - Formato: Color - Durata: 84'.

Cast: Billy Zane, Scott L. Schwartz, Louis Herthum, Jessica Heap, James DuMont, Sam Murphy, Marcelle Baer, Drew Battles, Gabe Begneaud, Debby Gaudet, Judy Henderson, Natacha Itzel, Caleb Michaelson, Jill Miller, Lacey Minchew, Drew Rin Varick, Danielle Davis.





Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - - - «The movie opens with a narration describing the fate of the Samillian Tribe; once a noble people, they were subjugated by the despotic King Laypach (Zane) and condemned to wander aimlessly in the wilderness. The Samillians rebelled against King Laypach, under the command of their mightiest warrior and holy leader, Draden (Begneaud), who slew over a thousand of Laypach’s men. After a 23-year struggle, Draden is captured and beheaded. Before his execution, however, he prophesies that his spirit will descend upon a member of the Samillians, who will then lead them against their oppressors and to the holy land of Promethea. Eight years later, Grado Amurilus (Battles), son of the deposed King of the Samillians, is living as a farmer with his own boys, Magnus (Murphy) and Binon (Michaelson). Despite a century-and-a-half of Samillian oppression, they live an idyllic life, seemingly untouched by Laypach's tyranny. Meanwhile, King Laypach is informed by his Wise Men that Draden’s prophecy has come to pass, and that the chosen liberator of the Samillian tribe has come of age. They warn that King Laypach must not allow the boy to unite with Draden’s daughter, Aria, and receive Draden’s sword. If the chosen one uses the sword to pierce the ancient Stone of Groboda—which was blessed by the gods after it fell to the earth—King Laypach will turn to dust. They tell him the chosen boy will possess "the light" of Draden in his eyes. King Laypach dismisses the wise men and orders the boy found and brought before him. ...».

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