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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.


Thanos Kermitsis


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


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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Plot Keywords:

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


Bow to none.


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Did You Know?


Fight choreography was done by ARMA a medieval martial arts training school based in Athens Greece. A lot of its students, as well as the instructors, participated as extras. See more »

Crazy Credits

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


Follows Indomitable: Prelude (2011) See more »

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Epic Fantasy... made in Greece !
7 October 2013 | by peter-r-sSee all my reviews

The first epic fantasy movie in Greece is finally out. Having seen this in premiere night was something great. The theater was full and the experience was unique. It's a great effort from the team in Greece with lots of love for this genre of movies. The cinematography was really atmospheric and generally the whole feeling of the movie! Dark magic,swords and fighting are here! I enjoyed the acting and the really good music that stays with you, when you leave the theater! There is a correct amount of humor through the movie and a storyline that paces well. DRAGAR IS OUT THERE AND IS LOOKING FOR YOU! don't miss it and remember....BOW TO NONE !!!!

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Release Date:

14 November 2013 (Greece) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office


EUR10,000 (estimated)
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Avalon Productions See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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