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Kaena: The Prophecy (2003)

Kaena: La prophétie (original title)
Axis, a gigantic coiling plant, stretches high above the clouds. At its center, is a village whose people are in mortal danger, because Axis is withering, it's sap is drying up. The people ... See full summary »

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Kaena (voice)
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Opaz (voice)
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La reine (voice)
François Siener ...
Voxem (voice)
Jean-Michel Farcy ...
Assad (voice)
Raymond Aquaviva ...
Gommy (voice)
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Le grand prêtre (voice)
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Kaena (voice)
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Opaz (voice)
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Queen of the Selenites (voice)
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Voxem (voice)
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Assad (voice)
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Gommy (voice)
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Zehos (voice)
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Essy (voice)
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Axis, a gigantic coiling plant, stretches high above the clouds. At its center, is a village whose people are in mortal danger, because Axis is withering, it's sap is drying up. The people beg their gods for help, but to no avail. Compelled by a mysterious force, Kaena, a rebellious, high-spirited teenage girl, will defy the High Priest and her people's ancestral beliefs, to take the perilous journey through the Axis and discover what dark secrets lie beyond the clouds. A dying world, an evil force, a terrible secret. Written by Aline

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Rated PG-13 for sensuality and some frightening images | See all certifications »

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4 June 2003 (France)  »

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Opening Weekend:

$2,173 (USA) (27 June 2004)

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$7,674 (USA) (11 July 2004)
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #40.7 (2008) See more »

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Kaena, a fight for freedom....
1 March 2005 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Kaena has been produced both by Canadians and French so to those who might be wondering, Canada being a bilingual country, this film has been made both for English and French audiences from the start. Kaena is a lovely orphan who lives on her own. People from her village toil incessantly in a desperate attempt to satisfy their God's thirst for a certain material, which they're having more and more trouble to produce. Kaena being somewhat on the edge of that society, having no authority above her is the only one who is not working and therefore she can afford to take some time to think. Thinkings gets her to doubt what she has been taught about Gods and fearing for her people's safety she sets out to discover the depths of the threat that these Gods have been enslaving her people with. This film is a journey to the truth and a quest for freedom. Will Kaena find what she seeks? Will her people be saved from the wrath of the Gods? If you wanna know just go and watch it because despite what some may think of the outfits of Kaena or of the designs, all you will see is a great show of colors and of emotions. Those who have been seeking humour in that film have been misled because this film was intended to bring the viewers to a state of emotion and to reflect upon some struggles humanity still has to face. Far from being a movie for the kids, it is suitable for teenagers, young adults and older viewers alike. I have seen it in French but since i'm a native speaker it was no problem for me but the choice is up to you.


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