Horn of Gondor

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Horn of Gondor

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... just released


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVFtSUQm-jQ

Can't wait to watch it tonight after work. :mrgreen:
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Worth the watch !
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It a really cool video definitly worth watching.
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An excellent production! Thanks for sharing!
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agreed, very well made and I enjoyed it, thanks for the link :P
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Beautiful fan film. I'm especially geeked because it was filmed on the Czech side of the Carpathian mountains, near to the part of Poland my family is from.
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Hunh. Well that was fun. Not what I was expecting though.

I confess, from the kickstarter promo I thought there would be more "epic journey" and a great drama of trying to convince the Eorlingas.

Instead it was ten minutes of swordfight with a handful of lines to either end. :?

.. but absolutely gorgeous country and amazing production work!
Further, it's astonishing how many people and how much work are needed to put even twenty minutes of story to film!

Still, I kinda wish since they went to all the trouble of getting so many people so well kitted up and out in a gorgeous location, they wrote them some more lines while they were there.
(Maybe there's gonna be a Czech version with more story? That would be cool...)
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The production values and fight choreography are impressive; my only complaint is that it could have been longer, or filled out the story a bit more... otherwise, it was excellent.

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Horn of the Gondor, really enjoyable movie. I`ve just watched the video. It was amazing. You have to watch it. It`s about a knight who has to fight a lot of creatures. I didn`t believe the video would be nice. In the end, it seemed to be excellent. By the way, if you want some information about Argonath and the Kingdom of Gondor then, I recommend you https://www.thetolkienforum.com/wiki/White-Tree-of-Gondor. Here you have everything you need, because this is the best website specialized in this domain. I recommend it with all my pleasure.
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