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Star Wars: Revelations (2005)

The last Jedi fight to survive when they are hunted by the Empire. Taking place between Episodes III and Episode IV.


Shane Felux




Cast overview, first billed only:
Gina Hernandez ... Taryn Anwar
Karen Hammang Karen Hammang ... Zhanna 'The Emperor's Hand'
Holland Gedney Holland Gedney ... Raux Anwar
Frank Hernandez ... Declan
Shane Felux Shane Felux ... Cade / Boushh / Additional
Joe Lancaster Joe Lancaster ... Zhanna's Aide / Trooper
Kevin Zabawa Kevin Zabawa ... Darth Vader / Keishing Officer
Jack Foley Jack Foley ... Darth Vader (voice)
Errol Spat Oktan ... Emperor Palpatine / Annoying Drunk / Biker Scout / Tie Pilot
Jonathan Thorpe Jonathan Thorpe ... Emperor Palpatine (voice)
Zack Henderson Zack Henderson ... Vader's Aide / Imperial Guard 3
Nick Jamilla Nick Jamilla ... Rogue 1 / Boushh
Jason Ruschell Jason Ruschell ... Rogue 2
Mike Menez Mike Menez ... Rogue 3
Steve Montes Steve Montes ... Rogue 4


Seers once shaped the path of the Jedi Order. But their visions grew unreliable and the Jedi came to distrust those with the ability. Seers hid their visions or left the Order forever. In the wake of the Temple's destruction a power struggle has emerged between Darth Vader, the Dark Lord of the Sith, and Zhanna, the Emperor's Hand. Each seek to eliminate the last of the Jedi and gain the Emperor's favor. Caught between them is one woman who cannot deny the truth of her visions as all race to possess an ancient Jedi secret. Written by xiriod

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[first lines]
Zhanna: Taryn, I know you're close to unlocking the secrets of Koran 3.
Taryn Anwar: That's right, Shanna. You taught me well.
Zhanna: There still may be a place for you in the Empire. The Seer is always...useful.
Taryn Anwar: My visions are my own now.
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References Blade Runner (1982) See more »


The Imperial March
Composed by John Williams
Orchestrated & Recorded by Chris Bouchard
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A new era in film...
23 July 2005 | by urantiafox1See all my reviews

The advent of readily available CGI technology now allows many people to produce, with some effort and some expense still, I might add films/ videos of the calibre of big budget films.

The most interesting aspect, aside from the film itself (on which I shall comment further) is the question it raises about the huge amounts of finance that 'need' to be poured into Hollywood films. On the strength of this work by a relatively few dedicated people working for NOTHING and with a budget (insofar as I know) of AROUND $24000, the glaring disparity becomes clear, how much money is simply being poured down the toilet? how many millions? where is it all going? can actors still be justified in receiving pay packages of millions per film? No, not really, and a production such as this one will make people more aware of this fact. So well done for that.

To the film- Bad points: Cheesy props ( the holocron), some awful attempts at voice impressions ( the emperor )- when will people learn that an American cannot dub the voice of an Englishman?! Especially with villains such as grand moff tarkin, count dooku and any sith with the exception of Darth vader , but then again James earl jones accent is very correct anyway and the voice is distorted. But an American 'drawl' Doesn't work! it's about as evil as a rubber chicken.

TIE fighter pilots in awful choreography.

Peoples hair is much too clean and well cared for (Declan) in fact most things could have done with being a bit more worn looking.

Otherwise, Good points: Great costumes, amazing CGI, as good as a 'Proper' cinematic release, Costumes are great, nice park lightsabres popping out and going zummmmm, and the MUSIC is, well GREAT!!! Lightsabre fighting isn't that amazing however.

It doesn't really rise much above the standard of TV series such as 'xena' and 'hercules' but for a fan film, thats amazing.

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2005 (USA) See more »

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Baltimore, Maryland, USA See more »


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$19,000 (estimated)
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