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In the year 2095, a giant extraterrestrial pyramid appears over New York. Inside, the ancient Egyptian god Horus is told he has just seven days on Earth before his destruction. Seven days to revisit the world he helped create, and mate with the beautiful blue-haired woman Jill Bioskop (Linda Hardy) in the maze of the city.

In order to seduce Jill, Horus must find a human body capable of hosting his own form. In his search for a body that can be possessed without being destroyed, Horus leaves a trail of death and bloodshed behind him. Eventually he discovers Nikopol (Thomas Kretschmann, King Kong, The Pianist), a rebel leader who has been cryogenically frozen for 30 years. Together, Nikopol and Horus pursue Jill, whose strange powers are also being investigated by Doctor Elma Turner (Charlotte Rampling, Swimming Pool).

Directed by influential comic book artist Enki Bilal, based on his own graphic novels, and using state of the art special effects from the Duran Studio (Amelie, Brotherhood of the Wolf), Immortal is one of the first films in the world to be shot almost entirely on green screen. Never before released in the UK, Immortal is a film of extraordinary vision and a treat for comic book and sci-fi fans alike., In the year 2095, a giant extraterrestrial pyramid appears over New York. Inside, the ancient Egyptian god Horus is told he has just seven days on Earth before his destruction. Seven days to revisit the world he helped create, and mate with the beautiful blue-haired woman Jill Bioskop (Linda Hardy) in the maze of the city.

In order to seduce Jill, Horus must find a human body capable of hosting his own form. In his search for a body that can be possessed without being destroyed, Horus leaves a trail of death and bloodshed behind him. Eventually he discovers Nikopol (Thomas Kretschmann, King Kong, The Pianist), a rebel leader who has been cryogenically frozen for 30 years. Together, Nikopol and Horus pursue Jill, whose strange powers are also being investigated by Doctor Elma Turner (Charlotte Rampling, Swimming Pool).

Directed by influential comic book artist Enki Bilal, based on his own graphic novels, and using state of the art special effects from the Duran Studio (Amelie, Brotherhood of the Wolf), Immortal is one of the first films in the world to be shot almost entirely on green screen. Never before released in the UK, Immortal is a film of extraordinary vision and a treat for comic book and sci-fi fans alike.

Special Features:

  • CGI Animation Documentary
  • Making-of Documentary
  • Original Trailers
  • Stills Gallery

Product Details

Actor:
  • Thomas Kretschmann,
  • Charlotte Rampling,
  • Linda Hardy
Director:
  • Enki Bilal
Region:
  • 2
Aspect Ratio:
  • Aspect Ratio 16:9
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Main Language:
  • English
Studio:
  • StudioCanal
Certificate:
  • 15

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