Odysseus: Voyage to the Underworld
King Odysseus has been away from Ithaca for twenty years.The first ten he spent fighting the Trojan War the last ten he spent fighting to get home. Among his adventures is the tale Homer felt was too horrible to tell, the missing book of the Odyssey known as The Isle of the Mists. Here the Warrior King and his men face the Goddess of the Underworld and her winged horrific creatures.
- Category:Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure, Fantasy
- Stars:Arnold Vosloo, Steve Bacic, JR Bourne, Stefanie von Pfetten, Randal Edwards, Leah Gibson, Sonya Salomaa, Perry Long, Michael Antonakos,
- Country:UK, Romania, Canada
- Director:Terry Ingram,
- Writer:Brook Durham (screenplay), Kevin Leeson (additional writing)
During King Odysseus' journey home after the Trojan War, he faces off with the goddess of the underworld and her minions. Among his adventures is the tale Homer felt was too horrific to tell; the missing book of The Odyssey known as... the isle of the mists. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Odysseus: Voyage to the Underworld torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: David Morse was great.
(ru) wrote: Very graphic, and brutal movie! Definitely not for the weak of heart to watch. Wow...
(kr) wrote: Funny in parts and quite a original story. I think I enjoyed it more the 1st time I watched it, but entertaining neverless
(mx) wrote: Excellent documentary.
(us) wrote: The silent approach was a sensible one for a cheap student piece - no dialogue to worry about, and a good chance to get to grips with physical acting and purely visual story telling. With the 1950s European setting it reminds me a little of Jacques Tati. As I said though there really is no comedy in Two Men and a Wardrobe, at least, nothing to make you laugh out loud - it's more a case of weird little ideas and attention grabbing shots - also very typical of a young filmmaker looking to make an impact. More substance would be needed for Polanski to move onto full-length features.
(mx) wrote: Gritty presentation of the realistic possibilities of addiction and the broken lives that circle around it.
(br) wrote: Sarah Bolger goes off the deep end in the dark, unsettling "Emelie."