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Ta hronika tou Drakofoinika: Adamastos (2013)

A savage warrior escapes slavery and hunted by his former masters, begins a perilous journey back to his homeland and his wife.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Yannis Rubus Rubulias ...
Dragar (as Yannis Roumboulias)
Constantina Georganta ...
Georgia Giannakoudi ...
Meletis Georgiadis ...
Kyriakos Korogiannis ...
Aris Kaplanidis ...
George Mpougos ...
Konstantina Tatsi ...
Vasilis Logios ...
Thanos Liakos ...
Kostis Antoninis ...
Ioannis Triantafillou ...
Antonis Droulias ...
Vasilis Orphanides ...


In an Age of Darkness,the mighty Dragonphoenix Empire rules the World of Elebros with an iron fist. Dragar, a mighty warrior from the North, is a slave, taking part in brutal pit fights for the pleasure of the Empire's noblemen. His body is there,but his mind is back at his homeland and the wife he left behind. Dragar manages to escape captivity and takes hostage the daughter of a General, the spoiled Valeria. The General sets up a manhunt to bring back his daughter. The way back home will be filled with dangers and difficulties for Dragar and the spoiled Valeria. Dragar will have to face the past, the present and the dark future which lies ahead but he shall be indomitable. Written by Thanos Kermitsis

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Release Date:

14 November 2013 (Greece)  »

Also Known As:

The Dragonphoenix Chronicles: Indomitable  »

Box Office


€10,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Principal Photography ended in July 2013,and while editing was already going on. Athens International Film Festival required a screening copy of the film to be ready in September in order for the film to participate,so that left a little less than two months for the whole post production process to be completed. Having sent a very rough cut with almost no sound in Early August, the complete copy of the film was delivered just days before the official premiere of the movie. See more »

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The end credits are beautiful drawings by Yannis "Rubus" Rouboulias! See more »


Follows Indomitable: Prelude (2011) See more »

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Back to the basics!
10 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

It was a very decent effort. The first Greek epic movie! Very good storyline. familiar story but with several unexpected twists. i need some more boost on acting, was a little hypotonic, and perhaps i am wrong but i find the voice of dragan a little too intellectual for the character (yeah i miss some growl there, darn Hollywood you ruin me..!) Also i miss the colors, more contrasting colors, deeper black, i don't know, it was grey, more like TV movie than for cinema. But seriously, in first play i wanted to see the movie for curiosity reasons but eventually i was truly there, focused. Remind me the classics, you know Conan, Red Sonia, etc bloody, cruel but kind of innocent, back to the basics. I will definitely see the sequel. Good job guys keep going!

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