Part of the “Science Fiction and Creature Features” Shorts Block, starting 12 Noon on Saturday, September 10!
USA | 2015 | 17 minutes | Kerry Yang
In Genghis Khan’s last days, an encounter with a Wizard sends him to the Moon. Just as the Mediaeval anti-hero thinks he’s made his greatest conquest, he finds himself on a spiritual quest, realizing the absurd clash between one man’s need and the silence of the Universe.
Cast: Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, James Hong, Marcus Natividad, Daniel Juhn, Guy Perry
Cinematographers: Guan xi, Noah Kistler
Music: Pantawit Kiangsiri
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