a pool of blood.
At the head of the band, COLWYN, a boy of twenty-two, raises
horrendous tearing sound, and Colwyn's father, TUROLD,
Open the gate!
Ages on Earth, this is not Earth ...
You were attacked in the forest?
Yes. We lost five.
You were lucky. I lost thirty there.
and the Councilor.
Granite Needle, but it was
surrounded. The Dark Ones guard it
by night and by day they call out
the Slayers. Ynyr cannot get out and
no one can get in.
How many did you lose?
Sixty at the needle, another thirty
in the forest. Only ten of us made
We will have to try again. His
knowledge is great. Without it, we
cannot hope to win.
INT. QUEEN'S BEDROOM - DAY
attended by two GIRLS-IN-WAITING, one of whom sponges her
elderly Councilor enters.
Lord Turold and his son, my lady.
who places it on her head. Then she nods, and the Councilor
He has turned out well.
than his father.
Though a touch too tall for my
Go to her.
In my armor?
If she's to marry a warrior, she'd
best get used to it.
Synopsis: Krull is a 1983 British-American science fantasy film directed by Peter Yates and starring Ken Marshall, Lysette Anthony, David Battley and Freddie Jones. It was produced by Ron Silverman and released by Columbia Pictures. Krull's distinctive features include an unlikely union between the science fiction and fantasy genres, a robust score by James Horner, early screen roles for actors Liam Neeson and Robbie Coltrane, and its surrealistic set design within the castle presented as the "Black Fortress". Although it was a commercial failure when released, it has since achieved status of a cult film.