An ancient prophecy convinces the powerful Master Sorran to commence an obsessive search for Eron, a mythical place capable of giving the Chosen One infinite knowledge. For the sake of his ...
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An ancient prophecy convinces the powerful Master Sorran to commence an obsessive search for Eron, a mythical place capable of giving the Chosen One infinite knowledge. For the sake of his obsession many apprentices die, and Sorran is banished and apparently slain by the leaders of his own Order. Centuries later he reappears, as if having learned to deceive death, and discovers the location of Eron with the help of a young apprentice and the reinvigorated Imperial forces. Master Zui Mar and young Hope, who is overshadowed by a terrible secret, are sent to stop him. However, the Council carefully abstain from revealing all that awaits the two warriors, and the terrible destiny they have foreseen for them.Written by
Hi, Well i just finished watching this, and thought it was was excellent. Quite recently I only got around to watching Revenge of the sith. I gave it an 8, but am not sure if a 7 would have been more appropriate. The dialogue except for some rare occasions was rather poor. But anyway, I'm here to talk about Resurrection. This was different. The acting was excellent. The storyline was pretty good. The Dialogue was better than Sith. Although that "inner voice" caption took away a little bit from the atmosphere. I watched it in Italian with subtitles by the way. What intrigued me most were the wonderful faces. It reminded me of Pasolini's The Gospel According to Saint Matthew. I was also reminded of the films of Robert Bresson. Well, if Bresson had been asked to direct a star wars movie. It had a kind of austerness to it. Perhaps that was to do with the budget. Somewhere (perhaps here or youtube) Somewhere, I read that when doing the prequels Gary Kurtz was more interested in concentrating on the spiritual side of the force, wheras Lucas was more concerned with the merchandising. This film is as if Kurtz got his way. Still you have to give Lucas for allowing these fan films to be made.
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