Some 58 years before the events in Battle Star Galactica, a series of events bring two families together that will have an indelible impact on human-kind. Daniel Graystone is a successful entrepreneur having introduced major advances in technology, most notably the holopad that allows users to immerse themselves in a holographic world of their own designs. Joseph Adama is a Tauron refugee who has successfully established himself on Caprica and is a lawyer for the Tauron gangster community that paid for his legal training. Unbeknown to Graystone, his daughter Zoe has become a member of an organization that has monotheistic religious beliefs but is regarded as a terrorist organization by some, including the government. When Zoe and a friend are killed in an explosion set off by Zoe's boyfriend Dan, Adama's wife and daughter are also killed. As Daniel explores his daughter's personal holographic world, he finds that she has created an avatar of herself that is so realistic, he tries to ...Written by
Hecate, the goddess of Underworld, is mentioned by Lacy. Unlike other Greek gods, Hecate has never been mentioned before in Battlestar Galactica. See more »
When Dr. Graystone first enters Zoe's room and finds Lacy, the bedroom door is open behind him with a metal hook at the top but nothing hanging on it. In the next scene the same door now has a large item that appears to be made up of green discs hanging on the hook. See more »
Of course you wonder what the resemblances are with Battlestar Galactica the TV series. I've only seen a couple of episodes so for the story I can't give any confirmation on how this prequel is correct. Only the special effects are almost the same, tacky in a way that they don't seem to fit completely in the real picture, I've noticed this two in the series. They could be better.
It's set in an already high tech, futuristic world, cool, fancy stuff is used frequently, also the settings are very nice. For the intro this means a certain spoof is going on, around which the movie evolves further, don't get fooled by this. It's certainly a touching story and all the elements of the series are there, just not in space.
There's a bigger thing going on between rising forces and in this growing contradiction, we only see certain pawns who seem to set it off. It's a very good creational story, I must say, also well supported and acted by Daniel and Allesandra. It touches the boundaries of the mind. Also a good scoop of action is given but in a different amount I expected, it still has to turn bad in the Galactic way, you get a very interesting concept of what's about to happen! Very cool!
Additionally I would like to start a FAQ here, asking why this seems to be the pilot, the first episode of the TV series 'Caprica'? I watched this 'movie' of 93 minutes, thinking it's a prequel to the TV series (2004-2009), instead IMDb states it consists of the first three episodes of the series 'Caprica, telling the exact same story'. Is this movie just a mashed together version of the three episodes? Or is this movie just them?
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