A regal man named Vangel is thrust on a journey against his will when he is mysteriously arrested and begins to have strange visions of a woman in white. Armed with an ancient book that he receives from a wise sage, his adventure begins.
A regal man named Vangel is thrust on a journey against his will when he is suddenly and mysteriously arrested. Injured and lost after escaping the dark king's men, Vangel begins to have strange dreams and visions of a mysterious woman in white calling him from the unknown territory of the North. Armed with a book called "The Record of the Ancients" that he receives from a wise sage named Elder, Vangel embarks on an adventure that takes him through treacherous mountain range, unending deserts, the Lake of Doubts, and the Forest of No Return. Along the way, travel companions share about a fabled good king and his son in the North if he can make it there alive.Written by
I liked this movie but you have to know something about "Pilgrim's Progress" to fully appreciate the film. Yes, it's low-budget but if you are looking for a movie that your kids can watch that doesn't drop the f-bomb, this is an okay choice. The scenery is beautiful and costuming is pretty darn good for a low budget film. There were some direct references to Bunyan's tale which I liked. Some of the lines were not as strong as they could be, but some of the scenes were very powerful and worthy of some family conversations after the viewing. If you are expecting LOTR, don't. The stories aren't the same.
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