The Warrior and the Sorceress (1984)

Genres - Action, Fantasy  |   Sub-Genres - Sword-and-Sorcery, Fantasy Adventure  |   Release Date - Sep 7, 1984 (USA - Unknown)  |   Run Time - 81 min.  |   Countries - Argentina, United States  |   MPAA Rating - R
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Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka

Borrowing themes established in Yojimbo and its Italian version A Fistful of Dollars, this action/fantasy film features the exploits of Kain (David Carradine), a drifter/holy-man/martial arts expert who comes upon a village divided into three parts: two clans fighting over control of a water well, and the impoverished masses who suffer at their hands. Since this village is on an imaginary planet with two suns that circle across the sky, water is a premium commodity. Sorceress Naja (Maria Socas) is alternately the captive of either one or the other of the embattled clans and obviously needs to be rescued. Just like Sanjuro, the samurai in Akira Kurosawa's classic film, Kain pits the two clans against each other so his own job of finishing off the bad guys and saving Naja will be less strenuous. The most memorable aspect of this low-budget film is a dancer who is not wearing a double-breasted suit, but should be. Like the two suns and the two clans, she also has two of each.




con/scam, dance [art], desert, Kung-Fu, land-scheme, land-war, mercenary, one-against-odds, outer-space, priest, sorcerer, sun, warrior, well [container]