In the not-too-distant future, a young boy travels to an alien world to find his father and learn of his destiny.



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Credited cast:
Prince Ragis (voice)
Jac Weir (voice)
Simon Weir (voice)
King Tor (voice)
Daelis (voice)
Caroline Weir (voice)
Allana (voice)
Arthur (voice)
Talking Head (voice)
Guard (voice)
Agent Po (voice) (as Kevin Hamilton McDonald)
Jim Romanovich ...
King Akis (voice) (as James Romanovich)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Davis ...
Arthur (voice)
Bodkus (voice)
Soldier (voice)


Physicist Simon Weir invents a portal that can in theory take people to unimaginably distant locations millions of light years away. He tests the portal and never returns. Everyone believe he's dead and the portal is forgotten. His son Jac however does not believe this. When he's 14, he finds his father's portal and decides to go after his dad. He emerges on a strange alien planet of giants, who follow a code of honor similar to Earth's medieval chivalry. Jac meets some friendly locals and finds out that his father is still alive, but imprisoned. The aliens make no distinction between technology and magic, so Jac plans to use this to rescue his dad. What he doesn't realize is that stakes are much hire than that.

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2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Through the Moebius Strip  »

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$25,000,000 (estimated)

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23 May 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

With names like Mark Hamill of Star Wars and Michael Dorn of Star Trek, and the unique images of the French cartoonist, Moebius, I was really looking forward to seeing this animation. But alas, it was my one greatest disappointment during my film hopping at Cannes 2004. Once you can get past the over the top acting, and line deliveries that made ones skin crawl, there was still the pathetic comedy moments that in itself was comical to witness how really really really badly it was executed. For budding animators/film makers, this is one to study as an academic would study Ed Wood films from the 50s. I'll give credit to the sets, which were quite spectacular in some instances - I usually don't notice these sort of things in movies, but seeing how bored I was I guess my eyes wondered to the least displeasing thing, the background. If you hate someone enough, tell them to watch this one. Or, perfect as a drive-in movie with a hot date!

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