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David Lee Smith,
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I suppose this movie is geared for the SciFi fan and for those over the age of 13. I found the presentation very disjointed and therefore confusing. Maybe it is some parallel world. Maybe it purgatory. It may even be both heaven and hell. What it is not is coherent. The movie does propose philosophical questions about life after death and what is death. The movie has great scenery and an interesting mix of present day and feudal Europe with an South American discoverer, Pizarro. The cast really try to make the movie work. I suppose that the die hard SciFi fans would enjoy it and try to manage some type of theme. It does have a modest entertainment value though. Chew your popcorn and party for no matter how many times you see, you can never understand it. Enjoy it for its entertainment, not logic.
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