A Medieval Odyssey: The Navigator

A Medieval Odyssey: The Navigator
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Mark

A New Zealand classic from 1988. Surreal, dark and highly imaginative. Once more, Kiwi film makers play with a mind-bending time travel theme, moving from the dark environs of medieval Europe to the 20th century, back and forth. Highly recommended, especially for those who study the history ...Read more

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Adriaan

Is there a name for a jump cuts accompanied by a calamitous sound effect?

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