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VIKING DESTINY

VIKING DESTINY

Viking Destiny is each and every one single a different than the area. It’s as if writer/director David L.G. Hughes had an entire series of stories planned, unaided to locate himself wound up to cram all of the material into a 90-minute adventure movie. That’s the generous theory. The less charitable view is that Hughes is understandably hitting all of the credit beats that he thinks are required for such a fable, and he hoped they would come together into a cohesive tape somehow.

They don’t, as a upshot what we make a attain of here is the financial version of a princess whose genuine identity is hidden, abandoned to be revealed just by now she’s framed for the murder of her definite, kingly father (played by Andrew Whipp). That sends Helle (Anna Demetriou) regarding an adventure into the wild. The process of this particular adventure looks and feels gone the photogenic protagonist expediently worthless vis–vis various natural locales (a beach, some hills, and a forest), without motive or try.

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VIKING DESTINY

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