Kane Madison is an architect working in Los Angeles while his doppelganger-like spirit, an eighteenth century Ronin, wanders a parallel netherworld of masked demons and Japanese swordsmen. ...
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Kane Madison is an architect working in Los Angeles while his doppelganger-like spirit, an eighteenth century Ronin, wanders a parallel netherworld of masked demons and Japanese swordsmen. When tragedy strikes, Kane embarks on a journey of faith which prompts the Ronin to seek out his true master in the spirit world... both will face many battles along their interweaving roads to peace. Written by
Masterless is a tale of the battle of good vs. evil and the journey of faith that we all must personally come to grips with in our lives.
Masterless has a great balance of drama, humor, and action all rolled into one magnificent, well-told story. There are some fascinating ideas developed through the movie that keep you wondering about what the characters will do next.
Another amazing aspect of this film is that the spirit world was digitally created! Once you see the film, you will begin to understand how incredible that is. And I, as sort of a techie, really appreciate masterfully Craig accomplished that feat.
I especially enjoyed the allegorical nature of Masterless. I believe the producer, Craig Shimohara, mentioned there will be a series of short films exploring the allegories of the feature film in more detail. I greatly look forward to that!
I would encourage you to see the movie on the big screen if possible. If not, check out the Blu-Ray/DVD release on 2/2/2016!
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