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An ancient prophecy convinces the powerful Master Sorran to commence an obsessive search for Eron, a mythical place capable of giving the Chosen One infinite knowledge. For the sake of his obsession many apprentices die, and Sorran is banished and apparently slain by the leaders of his own Order. Centuries later he reappears, as if having learned to deceive death, and discovers the location of Eron with the help of a young apprentice and the reinvigorated Imperial forces. Master Zui Mar and young Hope, who is overshadowed by a terrible secret, are sent to stop him. However, the Council carefully abstain from revealing all that awaits the two warriors, and the terrible destiny they have foreseen for them. Written by
Well, it's an Italian movie, and its budget was 7000, if I'm not mistaken.
I've watched the program with the background of the Star Wars Hexalogy.
Watching this one was tiring. Sorran is some sort of a resurrected "ÜberGod" who can't even fly his own glider. Correct me, if I'm wrong, but it's not the aim of Jedi training to obliterate fear. Fear leads to the dark side. Hope, the female "paduan learner" is afraid, draws power from anger, and - I don't know - prevails, or does she? The acting would probably be C-class. This is a must avoid for every Star Wars fan. I give it 1 star, just to select anything - there is no "0". You can spend the 61 minutes in a more useful way.
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