Valhalla Rising (2010)

A man with a remarkable talent for violence must fight to survive when he sets out on an extraordinary journey in this fantasy from director Nicolas Winding Refn. One Eye (Mads Mikkelsen) is the nickname given to a nameless, mute warrior who has become a slave to Barde (Alexander Morton), a wealthy Scotsman who obtained One Eye for his remarkable fighting skills. One Eye is a fierce warrior but shows little loyalty to his master, and when the opportunity presents itself, One Eye murders Barde and his mercenaries and sets off on his own, with a young boy (Maarten Stevenson) tagging along to speak on his behalf. Eager to leave Denmark behind in favor of freedom and adventure, One Eye throws in his lot with a band of Christian Vikings, who've set out on an ambitious quest to travel to Jerusalem and claim the Holy Land as their own. But the voyage to the Holy City is a difficult one, and the Vikings are met with violent resistance, forcing One Eye to rely on his talents as a warrior to protect himself and his young apprentice. Valhalla Rising received its North American premiere at the 2009 Toronto Film Festival. More »
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  1. Dark_888

    i hate this kind of pictures

    5 months agoby @dark-888Flag

  2. Ensigndesign

    Crazy, Artistic, and Awesome (also a little long with a weird part)

    I loved this movie. Mads was AWESOME! There is a weird hallucinogenic part that I could of done without and the ending was debatable. This is the first movie I have seen from this director and his artistic style was very similar to Sergio Leone from the Spaghetti Westerns.

    4 years agoby @ensigndesignFlag

  3. Bondy0191

    it,may be worth watching because of the director,it reminds me of the path finder and sadly that was like watching a kettle boil.sorry won,t be rushing for this.

    4 years agoby @bondy0191Flag