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Arden is devastated by the death of her true love, Mia, and tormented by the powers of dark magic with which she has been cursed. She leaves her home world to travel to Earth, in pursuit of the evil sorcerer Zareth. There she meets Katia, a no-nonsense tough girl. Arden convinces Katia to help her navigate this strange new land. As they battle their way through mysteries, magic, swords and daggers, these two women find it increasingly difficult to ignore their attraction to each other. Together, they set out to defeat Zareth before he can conquer both of their worlds. Watch the birth of an epic love story. Witness the rise of a legend.
Good story, good acting, best production an Indie can provide
To start with, I don't think it's a spoiler since it isn't as clear in the beginning, there are two worlds in this series: a magical one with connections to the real one, and the characters can traverse between the two pretty easily. This isn't as clear in the first couple of episodes, so it can be jarring when you do not expect it.
The series is a story of love and loss, coupled with an exploitative villain, and shows someone finding love again while realizing their true power. It's a good story and the acting carries the shortages of special effects due to the Indie budget.
Tucky Williams is the lead and has a chance to show some range compared to her character in the groundbreaking Girl/Girl scene. Amanda Morales & Roni Jonah are other Girl/Girl scene alumni who get to expand on what you might have seen them perform before (more the former than latter). Otherwise, the rest of the cast (notably including Stoya) rounds out around them and Thomas Phillips as Zareth.
What hurts the movie is the lack of big-picture special effects; with some more cash for the glam CGI viewers have become used to, the transitions between the magical and real world would likely have carried over better. But it is an Indie production, made with the cast & crew's access to real locations, and still shine's despite the handicap due to the strength of story and acting abilities of the cast.
If you're looking for a tour-de-force in fantasy SFX, this is not the show for you. If you're used to creative Indie films which make the most of their scale budget, this is a good series to watch.
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