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
Taryn, I know you're close to unlocking the secrets of Koran 3.
That's right, Shanna. You taught me well.
There still may be a place for you in the Empire. The Seer is always...useful.
My visions are my own now.
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Since there is no data when I write this, I guess I should add something.
This is a fan-produced movie with professional production values, currently downloadable from the produces.
The story takes place in the time between Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith, and Episode 4: Star Wars - A New Hope. It is based around fugitive Jedi being hunted down by Darth Vader and other Imperial agents.
The video is available in a number of file sizes and formats, and as a 3.5GB DVD image that can be burned to DVD and played on a normal DVD player.
I spent the 2 days downloading the DVD image and burning it to disk, and was well worth the time.
The DVD looks as professional as any I've bought at the store, with a full (and perfectly animated) menu, choice of directors or SFX commentary tracks, and even subtitles for all three.
The video effects and CGI are as good as many professional movies. The space scenes are flawless and fit into the Star Wars universe perfectly, and the landscapes, cityscapes and interior shots are equally well done. Many of the CGI sets look completely convincing, nd even when the director's commentary tells you what is real and what is not, you feel like arguing.
The acting ranges from good to fair, for the main cast. Some of the extras are not up to par. The voice acting for Darth Vader does not compare well, and the Emporor is unconvincing both in voice and costume. Fortunately there are only a few scenes with that issue, and the acting for the main part is good enough for most 40-minute big-budget TV shows.
I hope they fill the details out here soon. In the mean time, start up your BitTorrent and grab the DVD image. You'll not regret it, so long as you don't pay for internet by the minute!
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