The story of Captain Eisis Thorsson, a life-long special operations soldier from the Nordic country of Saesland, and his journey into the forests of Anlawath, Southern Asia. Eisis is pitted... See full summary »

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Seth Blaustein

Writers:

Erik Nelson, Kevin Murphy (additional material)
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Credited cast:
Erik Nelson Erik Nelson ... Eisis Thorsson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Wachiraboon Boonyaruttapun Wachiraboon Boonyaruttapun ... Carmlada Taymoung
Tom Brown Tom Brown ... Brude Mabtalor
Christian Cartner Christian Cartner ... Russian Infantryman
Chao-sheng Chen Chao-sheng Chen ... Village boy's father
William Chen William Chen ... Village Boy
John Chrobak John Chrobak ... Russian Infantryman
Robert Clark Robert Clark ... Ivar Vulfhere
Davor Devcic Davor Devcic ... Nargan Verliv
Michael Hixon Michael Hixon ... Eigel Aronsson
Chris King Chris King ... Colonel Nikolai Kolchevski
Jason Lamey Jason Lamey ... Travari Soldier
Ken Lee Ken Lee ... Russian Infantryman
Scott Moran Scott Moran ... Anatoli Dmitri
Nancy Nguyen Nancy Nguyen ... Nahn Yanu
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The story of Captain Eisis Thorsson, a life-long special operations soldier from the Nordic country of Saesland, and his journey into the forests of Anlawath, Southern Asia. Eisis is pitted against the odds in this tale of subtle complexities. As the lone survivor of a chance land-mine explosion, Eisis must survive the forest home of an indigenous native tribe, the La-Wah. His warrior instincts lead him into a web of fateful encounters with the local Shaman, who lives by her own set of instincts. Allow yourself to be drawn into the ebb and flow of instinctive actions in this story that appeals more to intuition than to intellect. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Mystery | War

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Amazing visuals and fascinating film lacking in the story department.
17 October 2013 | by blackandblue71See all my reviews

Beautiful cinematography, and the camera angles are extremely creative for such a low budget. The acting is convincing. I liked the music and sound a lot. Very professional. The only downside is the story since there isn't much to it, and it's not fleshed out enough to get the audience involved. There isn't any reason to care about these characters other than they're put in danger. They needed more character development to make us think they're real three-dimensional people. Still, it's an interesting film worth watching. I love the emphasis on showing instead of telling. Don't expect an action movie though. If you want to see something unique and different, this is the film for you.


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25 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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