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Star Wars: Threads of Destiny (2014)

94 years after the defeat of emperor Palpatine, the galaxy is once again in deep conflict. The new republic and the Skenvi empire both compete over the small planet Coreign that provides a special ore.

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Patrik Hont ...
Jedi Padawan Raven Darkham
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Princess Arianna Ad'Lah
Stephanie Douglas Anderberg ...
Princess Arianna Ad'Lah (voice)
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Jedi Master Soran Darr
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Lord Siege
Karl Windén ...
Karus Kahn
Pale Olofsson ...
King Juster
Sabinje von Gaffke ...
Queen Erin (as Sabinje Von Gaffke)
Anders Menzinsky ...
Jedi Master Joran Korn
Jessica Wahlström ...
Bounty Hunter Sha'Tilk / Coreign Woman
Roger Ljungholm ...
Captain Kaarl Krathos
Staffan Rydbeck ...
Chancellor Dorren
Christer Holmgren ...
Emperor Jiles
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Stormtrooper (voice)

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94 years after The Battle of Yavin, the New Republic has been resurrected and democracy once again rules the galaxy. The Jedi Order is reestablished on the planet Yavin 4, and has continued to train new Jedi Knights in the art of peace and justice. But all is not peaceful in this new world. With the fall of the Dark Empire, the ancient Skenvi Empire now comes out of the shadow to make its move. The Skenvi now oppose the New Republic for control over the galaxy with their aggressively growing empire. The Skenvi seek to seize control of all the galaxy's most valuable resources to cripple their enemies. And if a planet refuses to join them, they have been known to take very aggressive actions. Caught in between this struggle over the fate of the galaxy is the little planet of Coreign. The planet possesses a very powerful resource that would greatly favor the side that has access to it if a galactic war was to emerge. In its eagerness to gain access to Coreign's resources, the Skenvi ... Written by Anonymous

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The visual effects for Threads of Destiny took almost a decade to finish. It was done by a multitude of artists across the globe, all doing free labor in their personal time. See more »

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[Sha'Tilk and Lord Siege are torturing Princess Arianna]
Bounty Hunter Sha'Tilk: Please, can we gag her again? Her screaming is enough to give even womp rats a headache.
Lord Siege: Not yet. I'd like to have a few words with the princess first.
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Original Star Wars Music
Conducted by John Williams
Performed by London Symphony Orchestra
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Worth a watch. Its not Lucasfilms but a good first attempt.
3 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First the bad news. The acting was below average, most of the graphics were done sub-par, and the story was predictable. Having said that I think overall this movie was ambitious and it tried to tell a new story. I liked it and look forward to seeing how this production group will make the next installment better. But for the love of god please look into some acting lessons for the main characters. You are on your way to the possibility of an acting career so give it the effort it deserves and make us fans proud. In the mean time have the effects team beaten a little and tell them to step it up, this is Star Wars we are talking about. Don't half-ass it. I did like the asteroid belt scene and wish the entirety of the graphics had seen as much attention. It was obviously green screen a lot of the time and unfortunately you can see the halo around the actors as they walk through the scene. But hey, i can't do any better so keep up the good work and make sure it evolves. Overall I enjoyed it and will show it to my friends to judge for themselves.


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