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Kaptara (2013)

Atlantis: The Last Days of Kaptara (original title)
The epic myth of the Minotaur brought to life through computer animation.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jonathan Lipow ...
Theseus / Asterion (voice)
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Ariadne (as Clare Fogerty)
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Zenobia / Charis
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Talos
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Iairos / Fisherman
Christine Bollow ...
Motion Capture Actor
Bill Corkery ...
Minoan Guard
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Tycho
Melissa de Ciutiis ...
Sara, Handmaiden
Melissa De Ciutiis ...
Sara / Handmaiden
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Aegeus
Mark Dodson ...
Aegeus
Eric Newsome ...
Stratos
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Euthelia
Dave Rivas ...
Erasmus / Therapon
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Crushed by the armies of Kaptara, the city of Athens is forced to hand over its children in sacrifice to a bloodthirsty god. Only the crown prince Theseus dares stand against the empire. He must venture into the depths of a mysterious temple to face a monstrosity more terrifying than anything civilized man has ever seen. KAPTARA is a retelling of the Greek Myth of Theseus, prince of Athens, and his epic battle with the Minotaur, a flesh-eating monster with the body of a man and the head of a bull. It is a unique blend of history, horror, and Bronze Age science fiction. Written by Patcannistan

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2.35 : 1
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Kaptarawesome!
17 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

Wow what a film...an epic, intelligent drama and fantasy/adventure that *demands* a sequel, and a prequel!! The graphics are so detailed (love the eye makeup of the female characters), the voices are beyond excellent, and the music and the sound are so perfect for the story. There is also a touch of humor and levity which only adds to the awesome edge-of-your-seat drama. I also was amazed by the incredibly moving opening sequence and artwork. The horror scenes are delightfully shocking and graphic and they rival those of Japanese Animes. Animated films like this, for an older audience, are the best!! "Atlantis: The Last Days of Kaptara" needs to be released in all theaters!


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