After narrowly escaping an ambush in the town of Whitebridge and walking for days on the Caemlyn Road, Rand al'Thor (Nicholas Whitaker) and his companion Matrim Cauthon (Bryan Dayley) seek rest and shelter in the village of Four Kings. They bargain for a night's room and board with, Saml Hake (Danny James), the innkeeper of the Dancing Cart Man not knowing he is in league with there enemies. Deceived by Hake and his henchmen, Jak (James C. Morris) and Strom (Ulfric Silverwolf), they find themselves held captive in a storeroom and are only able to escape when Rand uses the one Power to pull lightning which hits the inn; opening a hole in the wall.Written by
At least - Wheel of time on a good fan-movie production, 1 chapter from 1. book.
From a fan-reader's point of view; This is a chapter from the first book of Wheel of Time - the Flight from the Shadow.
After seeing this short movie, I felt most of the aspects from the chapter in this one quite good covered up.
It was quite interrogated very well. All the story, all the action - and location, background ---- you could really live straight into the story itself. Amazing!!! Think about if Peter Jackson could have made this this as a long-time show!
I don't know how many "Wheel of Time"-fan movies are out there. I've watched some comics and some computer-generated cartoons, but this one still gives a reader a good idea about the story and how to live into itself. (I'll bet Mr. Jordan would have loved this one)
Quite a good production. I think this one made it quite well - despite the low budget. If this would be an outcast for a longtime-show, I would have put some Tar Valon gold coins in it! This is not bad indeed to be a fan-movie.
I just want some big company to produce all the series; if not chapter by chapter, w'about one long movie per book ?
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