“The Imprinted Man,” the second episode of Zack Schneider’s sci-fi/fantasy adventure film, premiered on November 30th in Beijing time, and foreign media reports reveal the first images of a rebellion across the galaxy, with Cora and the army engaged in guerrilla warfare.
The movie is divided into two parts: “The Woman of Fire,” which will be released on December 22 this year, and “Imprint,” releasing on April 19 next year. Schneider has created the film over many years with contributions from various artists and writers including Sofia Botra, Charlie Hannam, Jeman Hansu, Pei Douna, Ray Fisher, Stuart Martin, Gary Elves, Curry Stoll, Mitchell Hasman, Alfonso Elila, Ed Sklin, Frafi, Ryan Reese, Cleopa
In the movie, a peaceful colony in the far-flung Milky Way is at risk of being vanquished by an army loyal to tyranny. The mysterious and unfamiliar villager Kola becomes their sole survivor, burdened with immense duties, must gather dozens of brave and capable friends to fight against her “mother star” without losing hope. She discovered that there were various groups of people from across the globe fighting for her, including fugitives, rebels, farmers, and war orphans who had taken up arms as they struggle through different countries trying to force