The Shamer's Daughter, Dina, with the magical power of compelling people to admit their most secret shame, must save her family with her newly found father. But he is a Blackmaster, with ...
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The Shamer's Daughter, Dina, with the magical power of compelling people to admit their most secret shame, must save her family with her newly found father. But he is a Blackmaster, with the power to make people see and believe things that aren't true, so Dina must deal with having inherited this horrible power, while forging a relationship with a father she fears and mistrusts.
"The Shamer's Daughter II: The Sepaint Gift" is finaly in Danish Theaters! After four years the second instalment is on the big screen. Not to be confused by the title, this film skips book two and jumps right into the third book. I think that this is a logic idea and is in no means a bad descicion. Actually it's really great. Mixed acting, but good directing and suspense. The biggest complain I have is the music. There is little original music and oh how I loved the soundtrack for the first, I have to admit I missed new themes. Kappe Kaas seemed to be focused on the "Main Title" theme and two others. The villain is also pretty bad. It's not the same actor and it shows. But overall a fun fantasy flick with impressive visuals.
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