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The Chronicles of Narnia: the voyage of the sailing shipWith the 3D movie The Chronicles of Narnia. The voyage of the sailing ship, we return, aboard the fantastic Veliero, to the wonderful world of CS Lewis. In the third episode of the Narnia saga, directed by Michael Apted, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, with their cousin Eustace are swallowed up in a painting and taken to Narnia on the fantastic boat, and they join King Caspian and the warrior mouse Reepicheep on a mission on which the fate of Narnia itself depends. Overcoming their great temptations, the daring travelers touch on mysterious islands, collide with magical and sinister creatures and reunite with their friend and protector, the 'Great Lion' Aslan. The new film is based on the third of seven books in Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia series. Published between 1950 and 1956 and considered among the most enduring and imaginative works, Lewis's novels have sold over 100 million copies and have been translated into more than 50 languages.

The Chronicles of Narnia: the voyage of the sailing shipPublished in 1952, The Voyage of The Dawn Treader is set in England during the war, around 1943. While the two older brothers Pevensie are out (Peter is studying for his university entrance exams, Susan is on vacation in the United States), the two youngest, Lucy and Edmund, visit relatives near Cambridge. The biggest challenge for Lucy and Edmund is dealing with their unpleasant cousin Eustace (Clarence Scrubb), until the three see a painting of a majestic sailing ship with a design inspired by dragons (on the bow it represents a head of dragon, the stern, the tail and the wings adorn the sides) which unexpectedly comes to life, flooding the room and submerging the boys to transport them, then, to the Eastern Sea of ‚Äč‚ÄčNarnia, where they are saved on the sailing ship by the crew of King Caspian. Edmund and Lucy are thrilled to be back in the land they once were King and Queen of; the weepy Eustace, new to these places, however, is far less enthusiastic. The three soon learn the reasons for Caspian's trip. The latter, in fact, is fulfilling his oath to find the seven Lords of Telmar, the best friends of his murdered father. The voyage takes them to five islands, each of which brings dangers and adventures to the crew, and hides its own fascinating secret. Caspian and his men discover the existence of a diabolical green mist that has the power to kidnap people's bodies and minds.

The Chronicles of Narnia: the voyage of the sailing shipThe wise old wizard Coriakin explains to Caspian and the Pevensie boys that, in order to break the deadly spell, they must find the seven Lords and retrieve each of the swords given to them by Aslan to protect Narnia. Once collected and placed on Aslan's banquet table, the swords will give them the power to defeat the mist and the Witch. Without the union of the seven swords they and Narnia will be destroyed. The task of travelers is very demanding, among the many dangers to be faced there is also that of violent seas and monstrous sea snakes, but not only, their courage and their certainties are put to the test, transforming the journey also into a path of inner transformation.

If Lewis's first book set in Narnia, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, is perhaps the most famous and popular of the series, many of Lewis's classic storytellers point to The Voyage of the Sailing Ship as the best of the seven novels. of Narnia. Certainly one of the most beloved books in the series, says producer Andrews Adamson, `` The Voyage of the Sailing Ship returns to the prodigy, the grandiose and the adventure of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ''. Working on the adaptation of his third 'Narnia' (with Christopher Markus and Nichel Petroni), subject writer Stephen McFeely notes that the most challenging aspect of writing the subject was grasping the highly distinctive flavor of the adventure in each island, without making the film too episodic. The voyage of the sailing ship should be perceived as one with the previous two, a unified Narnian epos, while introducing places and themes never encountered in the first two stories.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Sailing Ship
ORIGINAL TITLE: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
REGIA: Michael Apted
PRODUCER: Fox 2000 Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Walden Media
DISTRIBUTION: 20th Century Fox
GENRES: Adventure - Fantasy
NATIONALITY: Great Britain
EXIT: 17th December 2010


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