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Desc:Enki Bilal's film adaptation of his comic about Horus, an alien Madonna, and an unfrozen radical.
Category:Classic Movies, Arts
Tags:France, immortal, bilal, enki bilal, immortal ad Vitam
Submitted:kingarthur
Date:12/14/15
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Comment count is 6
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2015-12-14
Gloriously weird.
roofle - 2015-12-14
Liked this when I saw it, but damn that CG was awful.
Born in the RSR - 2015-12-14
Love it.
Aelric - 2015-12-14
Worth the reading as far as the Nikopol Trilogy goes, not a great movie on it's own.

I don't trust anything I've said about this work to be accurate, which is the very thing about it!
kingarthur - 2015-12-15
The Nikopol Trilogy is being republished in English in April 2016 by Titan. You can pre-order now. That's the comic books series (in its entirety) that this film is an adaptation of. Enki Bilal also wrote and created all the art for the comic.
kingarthur - 2015-12-15
The book is even weirder.

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