Pegasus Vs. Chimera

Synopsis: A father hunts with his son, slays a monstrous dragon and is confronted by a corrupt tyrant who forces them into battle.
Director(s): John Bradshaw
Production: Sony Pictures Entertainment
90 min

Belleros, not too close.




Father, help!

Come on.

You know, I would have preferred

to find an elk rather than a dracaena.

Or at least something we could eat.

We're going hungry tonight

unless we can find a rabbit on the way home.

It's a long walk home. We'll find something.

You shot well back there.

Thank you, Father.

Stop right where you are!

You're trespassing on the lands

of His Majesty Emperor Orthos.

These lands,

they belong to the people of Tiryns.

-Orthos has no claim on them.


You would defy Orthos?

I defy any tyrant.

Run, Belleros!

-No, I won't leave you!



You murderers!

Leave him!

He'll be able to tell his countrymen

what happens when you defy

the Lord Orthos.

Father! Father!

I will avenge your death.

Emperor Orthos, King of Argus.

General Actae.

I deliver onto you, Dorian, King of Tiryns.

His armies have scattered,

and his city walls will fall before tonight.

Dorian of Tiryns.

Now king of nothing.

Kneel before your emperor.


You steal titles as ruthlessly

as you steal lands.

Like your father,

you fail to see my vision

of uniting the seven realms into one empire.

Your vision...

Yes. the enslavement

of the free people of Tiryns.

That's where you're wrong.

My vision for your people is death.

You're mad.

I will live 1,000 years, if that's what it takes,

to wipe every last drop

of Tiryn blood from the earth,

starting with yours.

My people will continue

to fight long after I'm dead!

This changes nothing!

Bring him in.


You've been accused of impeding

Orthos' march of peace

across the seven realms.

The sentence will be carried out immediately.

Now, you try.

Father, why must I learn this?

So that you may always protect yourself.

We do have an army.

Philony, the army may not always be there.

At the end of the day,

all you have is yourself.

Try again.

I don't need a knife to protect myself.

It's not about you, Philony.

It's about your freedom,

and the people of Tiryns.

You are a princess,

and with that comes great responsibility.

Now if you can't protect yourself,

how can you be expected to protect others?




That's it.

I'll never get this right.

Pressure and patience, Tello, not too much.

If you put too much pressure,

it changes the nature of the metal,

and gets all the impurities out.


I'm Belleros.

Welcome to my shop.

I need knives.

Knives? We don't sell cooking tools.

Only weapons.

Do you have any more of those?

Well, we don't have many women

looking for weapons.

I also need a bow and a short sword.


Tello, would you please bring these outside

to the young lady?

So what sort of trouble are you in?

My homeland, Tiryns, has fallen.

What happened?

General Stephos betrayed us.

He opened the south gates

and let Orthos and the Argus troops in.


I wish the ground would open up

and take him to hell.

If it's the last thing I do, I will kill him.

You? Why?

Because he murdered my father.

I'm sorry.

My father was killed by Orthos' men

many years ago.

He was a captain in the king's guard.

We were just hunting

and we were stopped by soldiers.

They accused him of trespassing

and this man killed him in cold blood.

Your father was Cyros.

Yes, how'd you know?

His courage was well known.

I have heard that the king was furious.

Why didn't you come forward?

Because I promised myself

that I would deal with his killers one day.

Then your thirst for vengeance

is as great as mine.

Vengeance or justice?


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