Immortal Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for Immortal the Movie

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Writer/director Bilal uses CGI and blue screen to depict a devastated New York in 2095 in this visually arresting but completely confusing (and very loose) adaptation of two of his graphic novels. An interstellar pyramid invisibly hovers over the city, housing several Egyptian gods, including Horus (Pollard), who is about to lose his immortality. He has seven days to find a human vessel to host his spirit long enough so that he may impregnate a mate who will give birth to a new immortal. Horus chooses the rebellious Alcide Nikopol (Kretschmann) and the blue-haired Jill (Hardy), only there are a lot of complications to overcome, including the fact that Jill isn't exactly human.

Distribution

First Look Home Entertainment, 8000 Sunset Blvd., East Penthouse, Los Angeles, CA 90048, Phone: (323)337-1000, Fax: (323)337-1078, Email: info@firstlookmedia.com, URL: http://www.firstlookmedia.com, Remarks: A division of First Look Pictures

Available on DVD
Running time 102 minutes.
Originally from British, French, Italian.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Immortality, Future Shock, Adapted from Comics, New York, New York, Sci Fi
Screenplay
Enki Bilal, Joe Sheridan, Serge Lehman
Cast
Linda Hardy, Thomas Pollard
Cinematography
Pascal Gennesseaux
Director
Enki Bilal
Music
Goran Vejvoda

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