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The Dragonphoenix Chronicles: Indomitable (2013)

Ta hronika tou Drakofoinika: Adamastos (original title)
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A savage warrior escapes slavery and hunted by his former masters, begins a perilous journey back to his homeland and his wife.

Director:

Thanos Kermitsis

Writers:

Thanos Kermitsis (screenplay), Thanos Kermitsis (story) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Yannis Rubus Rubulias ... Dragar (as Yannis Roumboulias)
Constantina Georganta Constantina Georganta ... Valeria
Georgia Giannakoudi Georgia Giannakoudi ... Brenna
Meletis Georgiadis ... Akilonius
Kyriakos Korogiannis Kyriakos Korogiannis ... Octavius
Thanos Kermitsis ... Falco
Aris Kaplanidis Aris Kaplanidis ... Fulgrim
George Mpougos George Mpougos ... Flavius
Konstantina Tatsi Konstantina Tatsi ... Ilsarel
Vasilis Logios Vasilis Logios ... Otto
Thanos Liakos Thanos Liakos ... Volf
Kostis Antoninis Kostis Antoninis ... Khada'an
Ioannis Triantafillou Ioannis Triantafillou ... Ogolai
Antonis Droulias Antonis Droulias ... Fletcher
Vasilis Orphanides Vasilis Orphanides ... Kurgan
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Storyline

In an Age of Darkness,the mighty Dragonphoenix Empire rules the World of Elebros with an iron fist. Dragar, a mighty warrior from the North, is a slave, taking part in brutal pit fights for the pleasure of the Empire's noblemen. His body is there,but his mind is back at his homeland and the wife he left behind. Dragar manages to escape captivity and takes hostage the daughter of a General, the spoiled Valeria. The General sets up a manhunt to bring back his daughter. The way back home will be filled with dangers and difficulties for Dragar and the spoiled Valeria. Dragar will have to face the past, the present and the dark future which lies ahead but he shall be indomitable. Written by Thanos Kermitsis

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warrior | fight | journey | slave | magic | See All (40) »

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Bow to none.


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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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During the final battle, Yannis Roumboulias nearly cut his fingers with the "Soulreaper" dagger, which was really sharp.He managed to get away with a few cuts,but didn't complain at all. See more »

Crazy Credits

The end credits are beautiful drawings by Yannis "Rubus" Rouboulias! See more »

Connections

Follows Indomitable: Prelude (2011) See more »

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I wish the IMDB rating was true but the reviews and score are fake

Terrible movie. After so much time on IMDB it has gotten easier to spot fake reviews and artificially pumped ratings. This is one of them. The film is complete rubbish.

I always applaud the folks who write and produce these films, as they obviously have a love for the topic, but it stops there.

Total garbage viewing. Scarred and grizzled warriors, all of whom wear nice, brand new leather. Battle-hardened knights, all wearing spotless, shiny armor...both before and after battles. Peasants in villages, all of whom have perfectly white teeth, brand new clothes, and not a spec of dirt on them. If you can get past that stuff, you certainly won't make it past the acting. It's horrible.

Mostly just here to make sure folks to fall for the faulty reviews. Not only is it bad, but it's over 2 hours of bad.


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Country:

Greece

Language:

Greek

Release Date:

14 November 2013 (Greece) See more »

Also Known As:

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Budget:

EUR10,000 (estimated)
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Avalon Productions See more »
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16:9 HD
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