Based on the John Keats poem of the same name, this adaptation tells the story of a knight who encounters a mysterious lady and falls in love with her, but becomes paralyzed when her true form horrifies him.
Rayne fights against the Nazis in Europe during World War II, encountering Ekart Brand, a Nazi leader whose target is to inject Adolf Hitler with Rayne's blood in an attempt to transform ... See full summary »
1819. A shipwreck survivor, the Navigator, recalls the events that brought him here... The Navigator is challenged by fellow survivor, the Doctor, into pursuing his true passion - art. While he protests, the Doctor dies. Later, the Navigator is beside a lake, where he finds an Old Knight who tells him his story: Once, he encountered a mysterious Lady, and fell in love with her. But horrified by her true form - an immortal spirit and the ghosts of her mortal lovers - the Young Knight begged for release. Awoken and alone, he realized his failure. Thus he has waited, kept alive for centuries by his regret. The Navigator considers his own crossroads. What will he be when he returns to the world? Written by