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Hanna is sixteen years old. She lives with her father in the woods in isolated Finland. And when we first meet her she is stalking a deer through the snow, shooting it with a bow and arrow before finishing the injured animal off with her knife. To say she hasn’t had the most normal of upbringings is not an exaggeration. Her father has trained her to survive, to adapt, fight, and to kill. Now that she is growing up she wants more. She wants to experience the rest of the world. But to do so she must first help kill her father’s old enemy.
Posted on 23 May 2011 | By Fence | 1 response
This is the sequel to Poison Study and is the second in the Study trilogy. After the events in the […]
Posted on 28 June 2008 | By Fence | 2 responses
To be honest I never thought I’d be bothered to see this film. The trailers made it look ridiculous, and […]
Posted on 9 December 2007 | By Fence | 6 responses
Locked in darkness that surrounded me like a coffin, I had nothing to distract me from my memories. Vivid recollections waited to ambush me whenever my mind wandered.
The monarchy of Ixia has recently been overthrown by Commander Ambrose and is now ruled by the Code of Behaviour. Punishments are absolute; there is no leeway or excuse that will save you if you break the rules, whether you simply didn’t wear the correct uniform or killed someone. So Yelena expects nothing but a hanging after she killed the son of a high ranking General. But she is offered a slight chance when she is given the choice of either accepting her hanging or becoming the food-taster for the Commander. She accepts the position, and so is poisoned to ensure her loyalty, she’ll need access to the antidote that only Valek, the Commander’s second-in-command can provide.
Posted on 29 November 2007 | By Fence | 3 responses
As you can see from that impressive cast list, this is a bit of an ensemble film, which means it […]
Posted on 31 January 2007 | By Fence | 3 responses
You know I really wanted to enjoy this film. The trailer promised gunfights and bullets and blood and gore, but […]