A military expedition in Siberia gone wrong. The existence of humanity is in peril as Inanna, Sumerian goddess of lust and war has summoned a giant meteor to destroy the planet, after being accidentally set free from her ancient prison.
Set in a future where the sky has been changed into a giant mirror, two teenage children are caught in a struggle between a group of super-powered beings and a mysterious woman's team of children aiming to stop them.
In a time of magic in man's 1st epic poem etched 5000 years ago, haunted by the gods and rivaled by the stunning goddess Estera, young King Gilgamesh adopts a wild man as his best friend, infuriating Estera, who falls deeper in love.
Heart-broken at the death of his wild friend Enkidu, King Gilgamesh abandons his kingdom to search for Immortality, embarking on Man's oldest odyssey, shadowed by the dangerous Goddess Estera, who falls madly in love.
A military expedition in Siberia gone wrong. The existence of humanity is in peril as Inanna, Sumerian goddess of lust and war has summoned a giant meteor to destroy the planet, after being accidentally set free from her ancient prison. The government has been overturned in a Communist take-over and the citizens of the world; brainwashed. In humanity's darkest hour, the ancient entity of Gilgamesh, older than the cosmos themselves, must decide whether or not to serve of mankind's final hope. Meanwhile, Inanna has hand selected the one man; married man and archaeologist, David Murphy, to live out the rest of eternity with her. Gilgamesh and Inanna are quickly targeted by the new government as potential weapons of mass destruction, and soon the apocalypse has begun. Written by
Chandler was named 'Best Director' by the Tavern of Terror for the 2015 release of Gilgamesh. See more »
When David says the word "Gilgamesh", one of Lars' posters falls off the stage behind him. Yet when that scene cuts to another angle of the same scene with Inanna positioned in the foreground, the poster remains secured on the rear stage. See more »
I don't like to base my reviews on a Films budget but when I watched this production I was pleasantly surprised. The Writer, Producer and Director Richard Chandler squeezed every penny. The film makes good use of local locations and talent.
The story is well written and original. The plot flows well with the use flash backs and narration by Joseph Gannascoli(of the Sopranos). This was a creative way to save time on costly scenes. The story line is the usual good against evil but the characters do a wonderful job involving the audience with strong performances. It has something for everyone; supernatural, gore(a good body count) and brief nudity.
Keeping in mind this is independent film on a micro budget I think you will enjoy the unique characters and plot. All and all a very interesting and entertaining film.(see trailer)
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