The film adaptation of “Reflections of Eterna” may turn out to be a failure

An epic domestic saga with many noble houses and battle scenes has been compared to Game of Thrones.

The Russian project “Eterna” will be released on January 20 on the Internet service KinoPoisk HD, and its first season will consist of ten episodes. Fans of the fantasy genre are looking forward to this premiere, especially those who have already familiarized themselves with the basis of its film adaptation – a series of books by Vera Kamshi “Reflections of Eterna”. Viewers are already comparing the epic saga from director Yevgeny Nevsky with George Martin’s Game of Thrones.

In the story, Prince Aldo Rakan lives in exile and intends to regain his rightful throne. But Roque Alva, nicknamed Raven, stands in his way. In the fight against him, Duke Robert Epin and the faithful squire Richard Oakdell, who also dreams of taking revenge on the reigning villain for the death of his father, are ready to help Rakan. Viewers will see battle scenes, palace intrigues, as well as many noble houses, just like the American television series. In the meantime, fantasy fans have seen the Eterna trailer and have already made a preliminary opinion about it.

“This is probably the first and only film adaptation in which I hope that it will be filmed “based on”, because if you follow the letter of the original, the plot will quickly fall apart and merge. But the trailer looks very worthy, let’s wait!”, “A series about powder fantasy, this is a slightly unusual project for Russia, and not only for Russia, in general, I can’t remember anything like that from a movie or TV series”, “How cool! I was afraid to look, expecting disappointment. But in the end I revised it several times: the voice acting – alas, but everything else is fire! ”,“ As you have already noticed, with the voice acting, yes, cardboard somehow. The rest is nice, ”networkers comment on the footage of the new series.

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